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KENNETH feMlt-OCK 




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GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

OF THE CMUR.;h of JESUS CHRIST 
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS 



ftB 2 9 1968 



A GENEALOGY OF 
CHARLES CARLSON AND CAROLINE MARIE HAAS 
UTAH IMMIGRANTS 



by 

KENNETH C, BULLOCK 

Author, Editor, & 
Compiler 



Published at Provo, Utah 
1967 



DATE MICROFILM 
ITEM ON ROLL 



CAMERA NO. 
CATALOGUE NO. 







GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 
OF LAHER-DAY SA!NTS 

Ffe6 ^ 9 \368 




Kenneth C. Bullock 
Author, Editor, and Compiler 



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SKETCH OF AUTHOR 

Dro Kenneth C. Bullock, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was born 8 Sept, 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah Co. Utah, 
He was the second child of five children. He received his elementary 
and secondary education at Pleasant Grove, graduating from High School 
in May 1936, In the fall he registered at the Brigham Young University; 
and received his Bachelor of Science (BoSo) degree in geology in June 
1940, graduating with HonorSo He received a graduate scholarship at 
the Brigham Young University in the fall of 1940, and completed his 
Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in geology in June 1942, Provo, Utah, 

During the academic years 1942-43 and again in 1948-49 he attend- 
ed the University of Wisconsin, and was granted University Fellowships 
each yearo He graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in 
the field of geology in June 1949. Dr. Bullock has been associated with 
education most of his life. He served as an instructor of geology at 
Brigham Young University from 1943-48; assistant professor from 1948-52; 
associate professor from 1952-57; and professor in 1957, He was appoint- 
ed Chairman of the Department of Geology in June 1956, and served until 
June 1962. He is affiliated with numerous scientific societies, and has 
written numerous articles and books. During the years 1953-54 and 1960 
he was employed as a geological engineer and research geologist for the 
United States Steel Corporation, 

He served in the United States Naval Reserve during World War II. 
He entered service on 9 Aug. 1944, and went to the Great Lakes Naval 
Training Station for a few months. He then entered Midshipman School 
at Northwestern University, Chicago, 111., in Jan. 1945; and was 
commissioned an Ensign on 24 May 1945. Further training was received 
at the Photographic Interpretation School at Washington, D,C, for four 
months, until V-J Day. The remaining eight months in the service were 
spent as Education Officer at the Naval Air Station at Memphis, Tenn.; 
and he was released from service on 15 May 1946, 

Dr. Bullock has been active as a member of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter Day Saints, He has served in the Superintendency of 
the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association in both Ward and Stake 
organizations; served as Branch Clerk and as a Ward Clerk; Chairman 
of the Genealogical Committees on Ward and Stake levels; a teacher in 
the Sunday School and Priesthood Quorums; Bishop of the Prove Ninth 
Ward; twice on the High Council of East Provo Stake; and a Councilor 
in the East Provo Stake Presidency, He has been actively engaged in 
genealogical reseach work for over twenty-seven years. 

Dr. Bullock married Annie Alena Gardiner on 8 Sept, 1938, in 
the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. They are the parents of 
four children; Kenneth G, , Virginia; Mary Anne; and Sherilyn, 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



TITLE PAGE 
PHOTO OF AUTHOR 
SKETCH OF AUTHOR 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 
FOREWORD 
ABBREVIATIONS 



Page 
i 

ii 
iii 
iv 
vi 
vii 



CHAPTER I 
CHAPTER II 
CHAPTER III 
CHAPTER IV 



CHARLES CARLSON AND CAROLINE MARIE HAAS 1 

A^CESTRY OF CHARLES CARLSON 6 

ANCESTRY OF CAROLINE MARIE HAAS 33 

CHARLES CARLSON, JR. and JULIA MARIE HAUSER 50 

family 

Virginia Charleene Carlson families 54 

William Harold Carlson families 55 

Charles Francis Marrion Carlson family 59 

Howard Belden Carlson family 66 



CHAPTER V 



CHAPTER VI 



CHAPTER VII 



LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON and LAwREfCE HENSON 
WEST family, and ALLIED families 

Therold Charles West families 

Dewey Lawrence West family 

George Elwood West family 

CORA MIRINDA CARLSON and IRVING BULLOCK 
family 

Cecil Irving Bullock family 

Kenneth C, Bullock family 

Glade C, Bullock family 

Therold C« Bullock families 

Betty Louise Bullock family 

DUANE O'DELL CARLSON and FLORENCE GRACE 
DOWNS family 

Bryce Duane Carlson family 

Keith Henry Carlson families 

Kenley 0°Dell Carlson family 

Maxine Dawn Carlson family 



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79 

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88 

94 

100 

104 

108 

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112 
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124 
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CHAPTER VIII 



ELBA EDNA CARLSON and AMBROSE KHALIL SHURTZ 
family, and DOUGLAS JOHN LLOYD family 
Howard Curg Shurtz family 
Winston Don (Shurtz) Lloyd families 
Douglas Robert Lloyd family 



127 

128 
133 
133 



CHAPTER IX RUDOLPH BURTON CARLSON and AMY ELIZA NERDIN 
family 

Betty Elaine Carlson families 
LaVerl N. Carlson family 



135 

136 
141 



CHAPTER X GRACE BERNICE CARLSON and NOYES SHERMAN 

CHAMBERLAIN family, and DEANE HAROLD WEBB 
family 

Norma Belle Chamberlain families 
Shirley Mae Chamberlain families 
Beverly Chamberlain family 



143 



144 
144 
149 



CHAPTER XI 



INDEX TO NAMES 



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FOREWORD 



This publication of the Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie Haas 
genealogy has been the hope and aspiration of the writer for many 
years. I would like express my appreciation for the help and coopera- 
tion received from all the Carlson and allied families. 1 would 
especially like to express appreciation for the research efforts on 
our ancestrial lines by the Research Department, The Genealogical 
Society, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. The Swedish lines were researched by Mrs. S.A. Iless ; 
the German lines by Miss Leah Heibel in Salt Lake City, and Holfgang 
Ollrog in Germany; the Danish lines by Finan Thomson in Salt Lake 
City, and by Aage Dahl in Denmark. 

The usefulness of this publication will be greatly facilitated 
if the reader is aware of how it has been compiled; namely; 

1. All female names are identified by their maiden name only. 

2. The descendants of each child of Charles Carlson and Caroline 
Marie Haas are treated in separate chapters. This assists members 
of each family line to trace their own genealogy more easily, 

3. The chapters are systematically sub-divided by listing all the 
descendants of the first child, tlien all the second child, etc. 
The book is organized so that the descendants of each grand- 
child of Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie Haas are grouped to- 
gether. Each married grandchild is listed in the Table of Contents 
under the chapter headings of their parents. 

4. The important key to this book is CHAPTER XI, INDEX TC NAMES. All 
names are indexed, including those in the photographs. 

5. The use of numbers to identify individuals and generations is 
confusing, and has been avoided, except to show the order of 
the children's birth in individual families. 

6. Family data is complete through the summer of 1967. 

7. Initials bracketedby " " (Quote Marks) indicate that this is an 
initial name only. 

8. Any names or dates underscored ( ) indicate correct 

entries; and are used where the husband or wife surnames are the 
same, or where the date or names appear unusual. 

Kenneth C. Bullock 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



abt o - about 

b. - born 

bur. - buried 

chro - christened 

dau. - daughter 

d. - died 



div. - divorced 

md. - maried 

mdo (l) ~ married first 

mdo (2) - married second 

s. - son 

unmd. - unmarried 



Individual appears later in the record with more complete 
data, and with an itemization of his/her spouse and their 
children. 



# 



Known adoption 



(X) - Progenitor, used to show direct ancestrial line in a 
family group. This symbol is used only in chapters 
showing the ancestry of Charles Carlson and Caroline 
Marie Haas. 

Dr. - Individual holds one of the professional doctors' 
degrees . 



oOo - Division between descendants of each grandchild 

of Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie Haas. 



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CHAPTER I 



CHARLES CARLSON and 
CAROLINE MARIE HAAS 



CHARLES CARLSON (or CARL ANDERSSON , his Swedish name), son of 
Anders Carlsson and Maria Nilsson, was born 2 July 1861, Skarby, 
Skarby, Malmohus, Sweden; married 29 Jan„ 1885, CAROLINE MARIE HAAS, 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; died 25 Mar. 1954, 
Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah; buried 29 Mar. 1954, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah County, Utah. 

Charles was reared in Sweden until seventeen years of age o At 
this time the family planned to come to America, Only one hundred 
dollars could be raised, and arrangements were made for his father 
to go alone. Charles was young and strong, and his father did not 
desire to leave his wife; so Charles suggested that he go in his 
father's place. He told his parents that if America was as rich as 
people said it was, that he could soon earn enough money to buy the 
fare of the other family members. His father readily agreed to this 
plan. 

Charles went alone to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he purchased 
passage on a vessel to New York City. He arrived in America on the 
4 July 1878, then came to Utah by railroad. When he arrived at Salt 
Lake City, Utah, he should have taken the train south to Pleasant 
Grove, Utah. Instead he got on the train to Ogden , and rode as far 
northward as Farmington before realizing his mistake. He walked back 
to Salt Lake City. When on the outskirts of northern Salt Lake City 
he decided to take a swim in the springs, now known as the Wasatch 
Springs. He put his foot into the water, and found it was burning 
hot. He received the shock of his life, to find natural hot water. 

He settled in Pleasant Grove and purchased thirty acres of 
land in the northern part of the city. By the fall of 1878 he saved 
enough money to send for his brother Peter. The following summer 
he was able to send money for the rest of his family to come to 
Utah, He met Caroline Marie Haas in Pleasant Grove, she was an 
immigrant from Denmark. They courted for a time, and were married 
in 1885 in Salt Lake City. They had nine children, two of which 
died in their infancy. 

In 1890 Charles went to Missouri to inquire about some land, 
but returned to Utah. He sold his first farm and purchased another 
property consisting of fifty acres in northwestern Pleasant Grove, 
now known as Manila Ward. He was a successful farmer, raising 




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diversified crops, and both beef and dairy cattle, chickens, and 
orchards. He was an energetic worker, a stern father, and keenly 
interested in potitics» He sold his farm in 1938, and lived with 
his children until his death. He died at the home of his daughter, 
Cora Mirinda, where he resided for a number of years c He was in 
his ninty-third year, and had enjoyed excellent health all his life. 

CAROLINE MARIE HAAS, daughter of Johannes Lochhaas or Haas 
and Else Kirstine Hansen, was born 11 June 1865, at By rum , Aalborg, 
Denmark; chr. 24 Nov« 1865, Byrum, Aalborg, Denmark; married 29 Jan. 
1885, CHARLES CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; 
died 25 Sept. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah; buried 
28 Septo 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utaho 

Caroline Marie was reared in Denmark^ Her mother died when 
she was only thirteen years of ageo In 1883 she and her father came 
to America. She was eighteen years of ageo They were on the ship 
for fourteen days, landing at New York City^ They came to Utah by 
railroad, taking eight days for the trip. It was on this trip from 
New York to Utah that she siaw here first tomatOo She thought they 
were so pretty, but the worst thing she had ever tastedo They 
settled at Pleasant Grove, Utaho Her father died just two years 
after their arrival. 

Shortly after her arrival at Pleasant Grove, she met and was 
courted by Charles Carlson, a successful farmer of the areao They 
were married in 1885 at Salt Lake City, Utaho They were the parents 
of nine children, two of which died in infancy o They built a lovely 
red brick home on their farm, which is still attractive and used 
today. 

Caroline Marie loved her family and children, and devoted her 
life to their rearing^ She loved music and daneingo One of her 
prize possessions was a roller playing piano, which provided music 
and entertainment for the familyo 

She was an excellent cook and seamstress. She not only worked 
in the home, but also assisted with work on the farm. She assisted 
in weeding, irrigating, and harvesting of the crops, and even 
milked the cows on occasions. She could shear her own sheep, cord 
and spin the wool, then make stockings, underwear, or other clothes. 
She was a fine seamstress. She only needed to see a picture of a 
dress, then sit down and cut out a pattern and make a perfect 
dress. 

Caroline Marie was a hard working and devoted wife, and 
humbly carried on her responsibilities of motherhood. She enjoyed 
very few luxuries of life, but found great happiness in her children. 
She died at her home at the age of fifty-seven years. 

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Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie Haas had the following 
children i 

* 1, Charles Carlson, Jr., bo 8 Aug,, 1885, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo 14 May 1907, Julia Marie Hauser, 
2. Rumansel Carlson, bo 24 Apro 1887, Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utah; do 22 Feb„ 1888 | unmdo 

* 3o Lydia Caroline Carlson, b, 6 Aug, 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo (1) 14 Deco 1908, Lawrence Henson West; 
mdo (2) 20 Septo 1922, Harry Thomas Johnston; mdo (3) 11 DeCo 
1940, John Henry Sorensen; mdo (4) 24 July 1955, James Eldon 
Nelson o 

* 4. Cora Mirinda Carlson, bo 3 May 1893, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo 23 NoVo 1910, Irving Bullock. 

* 5. Duane O'Dell Carlson, b„ 1 Jan, 1896, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md, 30 Oct. 1917, Florence Grace Downs, 

* 6c Elba Edna Carlson, bo 26 Augo 1898, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo (1) 10 June 1918, Ambrose Khalil Shurtz; 
mdo (2) 18 July 1925, Douglas John Lloyd. 
7. Anna Marie Carlson, bo 20 Jan, 1901, Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County; do 26 Jan. 1901; unmdo 

* 8, Rudolph Burton Carlson, bo 5 June 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo 20 Mar. 1924, Amy Eliza Nerdin. 

* 9o Grace Bernice Carlson, bo 3 July 1911, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; mdo (1) 17 DeCo 1928, Noyes Sherman Chamberlain; 
md. (2) 12 June 1967, Deane Harold Webb » 



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CHAPTER II 



ANCESTRY OF CHARLES CARLSON 



On the following pages are listed a number of Pedigree Charts, 
showing the ancestry of Charles Carlson » He was the son of Anders 
Carlsson and Maria Nilsson, bo 2 July 1861, Skarby, Skarby, Mal- 
mohus , Sweden, mdo 29 Jane 1885, Caroline Marie Haas, at Salt Lake 
City; Salt Lake County, Utah; do 25 Mar, 1954, Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utah; bur^ 29 Mar. 1954, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utaho 

Thirteen pages of Pedigree Charts follow, and are necessary to 
show the ancestry of Charles Carlson. Each chart has a number, and 
each individual on the charts is identified by a number. Hence, 
Charles Carlson appears as #1 on Chart lo Carl Holgersson appears 
as #16 on Chart 1; and since his data cannot be shown on Chart 1, 
he is continued on Chart 2 where he appears as #1 on that chart o 
All individuals appearing on the right-hand side of Chart 1 are 
continued on additional charts^ The names of the individuals are 
given, then a chart number is given where this name and ancestral 
line is continued. For example. Nils Parsson appears as #20 on 
Chart 1, then he is continued on Chart 6, where he appears as #1 
on this chart. Here his ancestral lines are continued. 

Following the Pedigree Charts in this chapter, an alphabet- 
ical listing is given of the Family Groups of the couples whose 
names appear on the Pedigree Charts. This listing of the Family 
Groups is according to the husband's namCc The husband and wife 
are each identified in the Family Group listing by a Chart and 
an Individual Number, In this way they can be reudily located 
on the Pedigree Charts ^ For example, Carl Andersson (Chart 1 , #4 ) 
married Estrid Isaksson (Chart 1, #5); or Par Christensson 
(Chart 6, #2) married Hanna Ottosson (Chart 6, #3). In each in- 
stance, all known family data on the parents and the children are 
given in the Family Group data. 

In the listing of data of the Family Groups in the last part 
of this chapter it is important to know which child of the family 
group is the progenitor^ This is shown by an (X) placed in front 
of the name of the child that is the progenitoro In this way it 
is easy to trace one's ancestry. 



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CARL ANDERSSON (Chart 1, #4), son of Anders Carlsson and Bengta 
Parsson, was born 13 May 1790, Tamasa , Sovde , Malraohus, Sweden; died 
3 Sept. 1861, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden „ He married 26 Dec. 1819, 
ESTRID ISAKSSON (Chart 1, #5), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. She was 
born 28 May 1798, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 9 Feb. 
1871; dau. of Isak Nilsson and Hanna Hansson. Carl Andersson and 
Estrid Isaksson had the following children; 

• 1. (X) Anders Carlsson, b. 12 Oct. 1820, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; mdo 30 Apr. 1847, Maria Nilsson; d. 11 Nov. 1889. 

2. Niels Carlsson, b. 4 Mar. 1822, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 22 Nov, 1844, Kama Hanssono 

3. Pehr Carlsson, b. 25 Maro 1824, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
do 25 Apr. 1824; unmd, 

4. Hanna Carlsson, b. 6 May 1825, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. (1) 29 Dec. 1846, Lorentz Larsson; md. (2) 9 June 1854, 
Anders Andersson. 

5. Pehr Carlsson, b. 30 Mar. 1828, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

6. Bengta Carlsson, b. 19 Sept. 1834, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden . 

OLA ANDERSSON (Chart 1, #30; and Chart 12, #1), son of Anders 
Olsson and Ingar Olsson, was born 17 Sept. 1736, Ellvede, Slimminage, 
Malmohus, Sweden; died 5 Febo 1787, Slimminage, Malmohus, Sweden. 
He mdo 23 April 1764, KIERSTI OLSSON (Chart 1, #31; and Chart 13, #1 ) , 
at Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. She was b. 11 Aug. 1744, Hellede, 
Slimminge, Malmohus j Sweden; died 1 July 1815, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; dau. of Ola Tufvesson and Metta Mansson ; md. (2) 2 June 
1795, Pehr Hansson. Ola Andersson and Kiersti Olsson had the follow- 
ing children; 

1. Ingar Olsson, b. 2 Jan. 1765, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d. 10 Feb. 1765. 

• 2. (X) Ingar Olsson, b. 12 Dec. 1765, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md. 11 July 1788, Tufve Pehrsson. 

3. Anders Olsson, b, 29 May 1768, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d. 30 Dec. 1770; unmd. 

4. Hanna Olsson, b. 18 Nov. 1770, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, Swd. 

5. Anders Olsson, b. 24 Nov. 1773, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 27 Nov. 1800, Arena Nilsson; d. 2 May 1847. 

6o Bengta Olsson, b, 8 Feb. 1776, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden, md. 26 May 1806, Ola Nilsson. 

7. Ola Olsson, b. 20 Feb. 1778, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d. 26 Apr. 1779; unmd. 

8. Kama Olsson, b. 30 May 1779, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malraohus, 
Sweden; d. 15 Dec. 1792; unmd. 

9. Stillborn son Olsson (twin), b. 1781, Ellvede, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden 

10. Stillborn son Olsson (twin), b. 1781, Ellvede, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden. 

11. Jons Olsson, b, 13 Mar. 1783, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d. 22 Apr. 1784; unmd. 

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12, Matta Olsson, b. 31 Apr„ 1785, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d, 26 May 1785; unmd. 

13. Olu Olsson, b. 3 Mar. 1787, Ellvede, Slimminge, Malmohus, Swd. 

OLUF ANDERSSON (Chart 8, #2), was bo 1688, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 28 May 1751, Vasen , Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur, 9 June 
1751, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. He married 15 June 1718, MARGRETHA 
CHRISTOPHERSSON (Chart 8, #3), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. She was b. 
1688, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 17 Mar. 1738, Vasen, Sovde, 
Malmohus, Sweden; dau, of Christopher Parsson and Ellna Jonsson; 
she rod. (1) 16 May 1710, Joron Cortson. Oluf Andersson and Margretha 
Christophersson had the following children: 

1. Joron Olsson, b. 1 Nov, 1718, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

2. Anders Olsson, b, 11 Feb. 1720, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 24 Nov. 1754, Ingar Nilsson; d. 27 May 1793, 

3. Christopher Olsson, b. 28 May 1722, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden. 

4. Christian Lodvig Olsson, b. 9 June 1725, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md, 27 Oct. 1751, Ingar Larsson ; d, 7 Jan, 1792, 

• 5, (X) Hans Olsson, b, 3 Sept. 1727, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md. 4 Jan. 1757, Estrid Nilsson; d, 20 Feb. 1791. 
6. Kama Olsson, b, 18 Oct, 1730, Vasen, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur, 1 Mar. 1741; unmd. 

PAR ANDERSSON (Chart 1, #18; and Chart 4, #1), was b, 1713, 
Ilstrop, Malmohus, Sweden; died 30 May 1762, Sandback, Sodra Aasum, 
Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 6 June 1762, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden. 
He md. (1) 3 Jan, 1748, Elsa Parsson. He md, (2) 3 Jan, 1753, 
ANNA ANDERSSON (Chart 1, #19; and Chart 5, #1), at Sodra Aasum, 
Malmohus, Sweden. She was b. 1712, of Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 16 Apr. 1787, Sandback, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden; bur, 
22 Apr, 1787, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden; md , (2) 12 June 1763, 
Isach Christensson , Par Andersson and Anna Andersson had the 
following children: 

1. Elsa Parsson, b, 8 June 1754, Sandback, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md, 18 Apr. 1783, Anders Christophersson. 

* 2, (X) Bengta Parsson, b, 30 Mar, 1757, Sandback, Sodra Aasum, 

Malmohus, Sweden; md, 23 Mar, 1787, Anders Carlsson ; d. 3 Feb. 
1798, 
3. Stillborn son Parsson, b. 13 Nov, 1761, Sandback, Sodra Aasum, 
Malmohus, Sweden, 



ANDERS CARLSSON (Chart 1, #8), son of Carl Holgersson and Ingar 
Hakansson, was b, 4 Feb. 1752, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 
21 Feb, 1806, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, He md, (1) 26 Feb. 
1779, Hanna Andersson; md . (2) 23 Mar, 1789, BENGTA PARSSON (Chart 1, 
#9), Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; rod, (3) 14 Sept, 1798, Elina Nilsson, 
Bengta Parsson was born 30 Mar, 1757, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 3 Feb. 1798, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; dau, of Par 

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Andersson and Anna Andersson . Anders Carlsson and Bengta Parsson had 
the following children; 

• 1 (X) Carl Andersson, b 13 May 1790, Tamasa , Sovde , Malmohus, 

bweden; md 26 Dec c 1819 Estrid Isaksson ; do 3 Sept, 1861c 
2o Pehr Andersson be 29 Sept 1793 < Tamasa, Sovde , Malmohus, Swd. 

3. Nils Andersson. b. 26 June 1797. Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Swdo 

A^DERS CARLSSON (Chart 1. #2). son of Carl Andersson and Estrid 
Isaksson. was born 12 Oct 1820c Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 11 Nov. 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah; bur^ Pleasant 
Grove, Utah County, Utah He married 30 Aprc 1847, MARIA NILSSON 
(Chart 1, #3); at Skarby , Skarby , Malmohus, Sweden = She was b= 28 
Apr, 1825 Brodda Slimminge . Malmohus, Sweden; died 25 Aug, 1896, 
Pleasant Grove Utah County, Utah; bur. Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 
Utah; dau. of Nils Jonsson and Kama Tufvesson, Anders Carlsson and 
Maria Nilsson had the following children; 

1, Carl Andersson b. 24 Nov 1847, Skarby, Skarby, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d 18 Apr, 1852; unmd, 

2, Caroline Carlson or Kama Andersson, b 25 Augo 1849, Skarby, 
Skarby Malmohus Sweden, md, Charles Oberg, 

3 Per Andersson b 23 Nov, 1851 Skarby, Skarby, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d 15 Sept, 1857; unmd , 

4. Hanna Andersson, b. 11 May 1854 Skarby, Skarby, Malmohus, Swd= 

5. Ingrid Carlson or Ingrid Andersson, b, 11 Oct, 1856, Skarby, 
Skarby. Malmohus, Swd, ; md, Nels Lenus Anderson; d, 5 Mar, 1905, 

6 Anna Carlson or Anna Andersson, b, 5 Feb, 1859, Skarby, Skarby, 
Malmohus ; Sweden; md William Chatterton, d, 26 Feb, 1929, 

• 7, (X) Charles Carlson or Carl Andersson, b, 2 July 1861, Skarby, 

Skarby Malmohus. Sweden, md= 29 Jan, 1885, Caroline Marie Haas; 
d 25 Mar 1954 
8, Peter Carlson or Pehr Andersson, b, 1 Jan, 1864, Skarby, Skarby, 
Malmohus, Sweden; md 14 Apro 1889. Marie Vilate Magdalene 
Jeppson; do 27 Dec 1926, 



PAR CHRISTENSSON (Chart 6, #2), son of Christen Tomesson and 
Kerstin Pehrsson, was born 11 Oct = 1701, Fodstrop, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died at Ellestad , Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur, 9 Jan, 1757, 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, He married 23 Oct, 1729, HANNA OTTOSSON 
(Chart 6. #3), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, She was born 1 Apr, 1708, 
Naford, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died at Ellestad, Sovde j Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur, 10 Jan. 1751, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; dau, 
of Otto Mansson and Sanna Hansson, Par Christensson and Hanna 
Ottosson had the following children; 



Niels Parsson b, 15 May 1730, 

bur. 15 Feb 1733; unrad, 

Matta Parsson, b, 24 Oct, 1731 

Sweden; md, 19 June 1757, Swen Andersson; bur, 10 Mar, 1765 

(X) Nils Parsson, b, 6 July 1733, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus 

Sweden; md, 22 Jan. 1758, Anna Larsson ; d, 30 Jan, 1767, 



Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, 



Swd< 



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4o Hanna Parsson, b. 26 May 1735, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd.; 

buro 21 Aug, 1735; unmdo 
5o Hans Parsson, bo 1 Septo 1736, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd= ; 

mdo (1) 25 Feb, 1765, Malta Larsson; mdo (2) 11 Aug„ 1786, 

Ingeborg Esbornsson; do 30 Mar, 1819= 
6o Sissa Parsson, bo 22 Novo 1738, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swdo ; 

mdo 17 Feb, 1769, Christen Nilsson; do 13 Jan„ 1784o 
7o Kirstina Parsson, bo 1 May 1741, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 
8o Kama Parsson, b, 12 July 1743, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd,; 

md. 20 NoVo 1768, Nils Parsson; d, 18 Jan, 1826„ 
9o Christen Parsson, b, 3 Oct„ 1745, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; buro 20 Apro 1746; unmdo 
lOo Joran Parsson, bo 30 Jan o 1747, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd,; 

mdo 8 NoVo 1772, Karna Johansson; do 4 Aug„ 1790. 
llo Sanna Parsson, bo 2 Feb, 1750, Ellestad, Sovde, Malmohus, Swdo; 

mdo 10 Nov, 1782, Marten Bengtsson; do 1 Febo 1827, 

NILS HANSSON (Chart 9, #2), was born 1674, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 18 Jano 1740, Sovde, Malmohus, Swedeno He married 3 Nov. 
1726, BENGTA MATZSON (Chart 9, #3), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. She 
was born 2 Feb. 1706, Tugra, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 6 DeCo 
1774, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; dauo of Matz Parsson and Parnilla 
Olufssono She mdo (2) 18 Febo 1741, Nils Martensson, Nils Hansson 
and Bengta Matzson had the following children; 

1. Oluf Nilsson, bo Apr, 1728, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; buro 18 

Apro 1728; unmdo 
2o Nils Nilsson, b, 21 July 1731, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 

1 Nov. 1732; unmdo 

* 3o (X) Estrid Nilsson, bo 11 Febo 1733, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 

md. 4 Jano 1757, Hans Olsson ; do 30 Dec, 1796, 
4o Pernilla Nilsson, bo 8 Sept, 1734, Sovde, Malmohus, Swedeno 

CARL HOLGERSSON (Chart 1, #16; and Chart 2, #1), son of Holger 
Thykesson and Karna Larsson, was b„ 12 May 1721, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 21 Jan. 1790, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur, 31 Jan o 
1790, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, He married 19 Maro 1747, INGAR 
HAKANSSON (Chart 1, #17; and Chart 3, #1), at Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden, She was born 13 June 1727, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 19 July 1807, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 26 July 1807, 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; dau, of Hakan Sorensson and Kerstina 
Parsson. Carl Holgersson and Ingar Hakansson had the following 
children % 

lo Holger Carlsson, b. 1 Sep, 1749, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
mdo 10 Feb. 1786, Matta Jonsson ; d, 29 Sept, 1822, 

* 2o (X) Anders Carlsson, bo 4 Febo 1752, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 

md, (1) 26 Feb, 1779, Hanna Andersson; md, (2) 23 Mar, 1787, 
Bengta Parssons; md, (3) 14 Sept, 1798 Elina Nilsson; died 
21 Febo 1806. 
3, Nils Carlsson, b, 11 Jan, 1754, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 21 Dec, 1760; unmd, 

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6 
7 

8 



Jons Carlsson ^ b. 1 Apr. 1756; Sovde , Malmohus , Sweden; 
d 2 Apr 1787 

Hakan Carlsson^ be 21 Aug 1759. Sovde: Malmohus,, Sweden; 
(1) Hanna Pehrsson, md . (2) 4 July 1800(, Kama Sorensson ; 
mdc (3) 30 Deco 1814. Boel Martensson, d. 20 Maro 1831 » 
Nils Carlsson, b. 22 Sept. 1761, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 
Kama Carlsson, b 24 Sept c 1764 » Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
d 23 Dec, 1764; unmd 



md 



Feb, 



Par Carlsson, bo 26 May 1766 
d 8 June 1766, unmd 
9 Kirstina Carlsson, b. 5 
d 13 Mar 1768; unmd 
10= Par Carlsson b 5 Apr. 
3 July 1789, 



Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
1768, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
1769 Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; do 



NILS JONSSON (Chart 1, #6), was b, 25 Sept 
Kristianstad , Sweden; died 9 Jan, 1852, Gustaf, 
Bur 18 Jan. 1852, Gustaf Malmohus ; Sweden., He 
TLFVESSON (Chart 1, #7)< at slimminge s Malmohus 
11 NoVc 1842, Bengta Jonsson , Kama Tufvesson, 
Pehisson and Ingar Olsson, was born 10 Augo 1794 
Slimminge, Malmohus Sweden; died 14 July 1840, Gustaf s Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; bur = 19 July 1840 Gustaf, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden Nils Johsson and Karna Tufvesson had the following children; 

be 22 May 1824, Brodda, Slimminge, Malmohus, 



1794, of Kvidinge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; 
married (1) KARNA 

Sweden; md. (2) 
dauc of Tufve 
Slatterod , 



Jons Nilsson , 

Sweden , 

(X) Maria Nilsson, be 28 Apr, 1825, Brodda 

Sweden; md = 30 Apr, 1847, Anders Carlsson; 

Ola Nilsson, b 5 Aug, 1826, Tegelladan, 

Sweden; d 6 June 1827; unmd, 

Ola Nilsson, b: 29 Nov, 1828, Djurhuset , 

Sweden 

Johannes Nilsson, bo 17 Febo 1831, Skramlan 

Sweden 

Nils Nilsson, b, 8 Aug, 1833, Torkelstorp, V 

Malmohus Sweden, 



Slimminge, Malmohus, 
do 25 Augo 1896 o 
Slimminge, Malmohus, 

Slimminge, Malmohus, 

, Slimminge, Malmohus, 

Karrstorp , 



OTTO MANSSON (Chart 6^ #6), was born 1676, of Nafrod, Sovde, 
Malmohus, Sweden; died Apr, 1758, Nafrod, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 
He married 19 May 1703, SANNA HANSSON (Chart 6, #7), at Nafrod, 
Malmohus, Sweden She was born 1679,, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur 1 May 1746- Nafrod, Sovde, Malmohus. Swedeno Otto Mansson 
and Sanna Hansson had the following children 5 



Hans Ottosson, b 16 May 1704, Nafrod, Sovde, 

Sweden; d, 23 May 1729, 

Anna Ottosson b, 19 Nov. 1705, Nafrod, Sovde, 

28 May 1729, Per Persson ; bur^ 19 Jan, 1751, 

(X) Hanna Ottosson, bo 1 Apr, 1708, Nafrod, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md , 23 Oct 1729, Par Christensson ; buro 10 Jano 1751, 



Malmohus , 
, Malmohus, md< 



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4, Matta Ottosson, b , 19 Aug. 1711, Nafrod, Sovde, Malniohus, Swdo 

5. Mans Ottosson, bo 3 Dec. 1713, Nafrod, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 19 Feb. 1738, Sissa Hansson ; d. 18 June 1803. 

6, Sissa Ottosson, b„ 22 Oct. 1717, Jordboen , Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 7 Oct 1739, Anders Jonsson ; d, 22 Mar. 1796. 

7. Nils Ottosson, b. 11 July 1720, Nafrod, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
mdo (1) 8 Nov. 1747, Tore Mortensson ; md. (2) Kierstena Elofsson; 
d. 17 Apr. 1799. 

PEHR MATTSSON (Chart 1, #28; and Chart 10, #1), son of Matts 
Mortensson and Sissa Parsson , was born in 1733, Tullboden, Slimniinge , 
Malmohus, Sweden; died 10 April 1805, Slimminge , Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur. 19 Apr. 1805, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. He married (l) 
KARNA or KAHINA LARSSON (Chart 1, #29; and Chart 11, #1), 30 Sept. 
1759, at Genarp, Malmohus, Sweden; md. (2) 11 July 1794, Bereta 
Martensson; md. (3) 19 July 1799, Hanna Andersson. Kama or Karina 
Larsson, dau, of Lars Andersson and Kama Bengtsson, was b. 20 May 
1733, Gyllebo, Genarp, Malmohus, Sweden; died 9 Mar. 1793, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; bur, 24 Mar. 1793, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. 
Pehr Mattsson and Kama or Karina Larsson had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Tufve Pehrsson, b. 31 Dec. 1760 or 1 Jan. 1761, Tullboden, 
Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; md. 11 July 1788, Ingar Olsson; 
do 7 June 1831. 

2. Kama Pehrsson, b. 27 Aug. 1762, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 30 Mar. 1781, Marten Olsson; do 24 Nov. 1842. 

3. Boel Pehrsson, b. 22 Dec. 1764, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden . 

4. Bengta Pehrsson, b. 9 Jan. 1767, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden? md. 30 Sept. 1791, Nils Tufvesson. 

5. Kerstina Pehrsson, b. 14 May 1700, Tullboden, Slimniinge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 

6. Lars Pehrsson, b. 14 Apr. 1772, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 27 Nov. 1801, Margreta Parsson, 

7. Mats Pehrsson, b. 2 Apr. 1774, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 6 Apr, 1800, Kerstina Jonsson. 

8. Anders Pehrsson, b. 5 Feb. 1777, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 

MATTS MORTENSSON (Chart 10, #2),, was born 1695, of Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; died 4 July 1768, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur, 10 July 1768, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. He married 
SISSA PARSSON (Chart 10, #3), was born 1698, of Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 26 Jan. 1772, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur, 9 Feb. 1772, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. Matts Mortensson and 
Sissa Parsson had the following children; 

1. Anna Mattsson, b, 1721, of Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, Swd. ; 
md. 1 Nov. 1747, Hans Larsson; died 11 May 1785. 

2. Kama Mattsson, b. 1723, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, Swd.; 
rod, 27 May 1745, Matts Hansson; d. 23 Dec. 1785. 

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3> Jons MattssoDj b 1729, Tullboden, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 
nid= 7 Oct 1758; Anna Andersson ; d. 30 June 1808 o 

• 4. (X) Pehr Mattsson b 1733, Tullboden, Slimrainge, Malmohus, 

Sweden; ii.d. (1) 30 Sept 1759 ^ Kama Larsson j rado (2) 11 Julj 
1794. Bereta Martensson; mdo (3) 19 July 1799s Hanna Andersson; 
d. 10 Apr 1805 

5, Hanna Mattsson, b 27 Jan., 1737, Tullboden, Slimminge , Malmohus, 
Sweden; md ^ 16 July 1760, Nils Jonsson . d, 31 Jan, 1772o 

6c Marten Mattsson, b= 13 NoVo 1740, Tullboden^ Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus ^ Sweden; rod, 1 Apr, 1771. Gertru Andersson; dc 7 Jan. 1809 o 

ISAK MLSSON (Chart 1. #10) son of Nils Parsson and Anna Larsson, 
was born 23 July 1760. Tagmasa. Sovde Malmohus, Sweden; died 21 Febo 
1831, Anderslof. Sovde Malmohus. Sweden, bur,, 27 Feb» 1831, Sovde, 
Malmohus ; Sweden. He married 12 June 1791, HANNA HANSSON (Chart 1, #11), 
at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden She was bo 26 June 1761 ^ Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; dau. of Hans Olsson and Estrid Nilsson; died 8 May 1824, 
Slatthult, Sovde ; Malmohus, Sweden; buro 16 May 1824, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden, Isak Nilsson and Hanna Hansson had the following children; 

1, Stillborn son Isaksson b. 1793, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd.; 

bur. 28 Apr 1793 

2„ Marna Isaksson, b„ 20 June 1794 Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md . 25 July 1817 Ohla Nilsson; d. 25 June 1849. 

3o Stillborn son Isaksson, b. 1797, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; bur. 5 Mar 1797: 

• 4o (X) Estrid Isaksson. b 28 May 1798. Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md c 26 Dec 1819. Carl Andersson, do 9 Feb. 1871. 
5c Stillborn son Isaksson, b. 1801, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur 9 Aug. 1801 

6. Hanna Isaksson » b, 1 June 1803, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md ( 1 ) 27 Oct. 1822, Lars Hansson; mdo (2) 9 Mar. 1838, 
Christen Olsson. 

LARS NILSSON (Chart 7, #2), was born 1706, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 18 Sept- 1791; Tamasa , Sovde. Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 
29 Sept 1791, Sovde Malmohus, Sweden He married 3 June, 1731; 
MARNA N ILSSON (Chart 7, #3) at Sovde j Malmohus, Sweden, She was b. 
14 Feb, 1712, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, dua, of Nils Rasmusson 
and Ingar Olufsson; died 18 Sept. 1786, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur 29 Sept 1786, Sovde,, Malmohus, Sweden. Lars Nilsson 
and Marna Nilsson had the following children? 

1. Anders Larsson. bo 31 Oct. 1734, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden, bur. 10 NoVo 1734; unmd. 
•2. (X) Anna Larsson, b, 9 Jan. 1736, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md (1) 3 Oct 1756, Isak Nilsson; md, (2) 22 Jan. 1758, 
Nils Parsson; md. (3) 27 Mar, 1768, Joran Christensson ; died 
4 July 1807 

3-. Anders Larsson, b- 1 Nov. 1738, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 
4. Ingar Larsson, b 12 Jan, 1742, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd.; 
md. 1 Nov, 1762. Jons Parsson; d. 5 Apr^ 1808. 

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5. Nils Larsson, b. 15 Dec. 1744, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 8 Apr, 1776, Metta Esbornsson ; d. 25 Jan. 1821. 

6. Ola Larsson, b, 20 July 1748, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 12 July 1782, Hanna Martinsson. 

7. Anders Larsson, b. 11 Feb, 1752, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur, 7 June 1752; unmd, 

8. Matta Larsson, b. 18 June 1753, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur, 14 Feb, 1756; unmd, 

PEHR NILSSON (Chart 6, #10), was born about 1640, Fodstrop, 
Skane, Sweden; bur, 4 June 1727, He married HANNA PERSSON (Chart 6, 
#11). She was b. 1644, of Fodstrop, Skane, Sweden; dau, of Per 
Ohlsson and Boel Andersson; died 15 Mar, 1709, Pehr Nilsson and 
Hanna Persson had the following children: 

• 1, (X) Kerstin (Christena) Pehrsson, b, abt , 1670, Fodstrop, Skane, 

Sweden; md. 8 Dec, 1695, Christen Tomesson; bur, 7 Feb. 1748. 
2. Anders Pehrsson, b. abt. 1672, Fodstrop, Skane, Sweden. 

PER OHLSSON (Chart 6, #22), was born about 1618, of Sovde, 
Malmohus, Sweden, He married BOEL ANDERSSON (Chart 6, #23). She 
was born about 1622, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, Per Ohlsson and 
Boel Andersson had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Hanna Persson, b, 1644, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; md. 

Pehr Nilsson; died 15 Mar. 1709. 

ANDERS OLSSON (Chart 12, #2), son of Ola Andersson and Bengta 
, was born about 1709, of Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 



died 4 May 1785, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. He married (1) INGAR 
OLgSON (Chart 12, #3); married (2) Hanna Andersson. Ingar Olsson 
was born about 1715, of Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; died 21 Apr. 
1757, Sliraminage, Malmohus, Sweden, Anders Olsson and Ingar Olsson 
had the following children: 

* 1. (X) Ola Andersson, b. 17 Sept. 1736, Ellvege, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; md. 23 Apr, 1764, Kiersti Olsson; died 
5 Feb, 1787. 

2. Nils Andersson, b. 6 Feb, 1739, Ellvege, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died young; unmd. 

3. Hanna Andersson, b, 28 Nov, 1741, Ellvege, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 19 Dec. 1745; unmd. 

4. Nils Andersson, b, 17 Nov, 1745, Ellvege, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden . 

5. Jons Andersson, b, 12 Nov, 1749, Ellvege, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 30 June 1753; unmd. 

6. Jons Andersson, b. 9 Mar. 1757, Ellvege, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 6 Dec. 1757; unmd, 

HANS OLSSON (Chart 1, #22; and Chart 8, #1), son of Oluf 
Andersson and Margretha Chri stophersson , was born 3 Sept, 1727, at 



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Vasen, Sovde , Malmohus. bweden; died 2C Feb., 1791, Slatthult, Sovde , 
Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 6 Mar 1791, oovdc , MalinohuSj Sweden,, He md . 
4 Jan. 1757, ESTRID MLSSON (Chart 1^ #23; and Chart 9, #1), at Sovde, 
Malmohus, bwcden She was bcrn 11 Feb 1733, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
dau, of Mis llansson and Bengta Matzson; died 30 Dec, 1796 , Slatthult, 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 8 Jan, 1797, Sovde, xMalmohus, Sweden, 
Hans Olsson and Estrid Nilsson had the following children! 

1.- Margreta Hansson ; b. 2 June 1757 Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; md » 
6 Apr. 1788, Nils Lars s on . 

2. Kama Hansson . b. 7 Feb. 1759. Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 

• 3= (X) Hanna Hansson b- 26 June 1761, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 

md, 12 June 1791 Isak Nilsson; d. 8 May 1824. 
4o Ola Hansson, b, 2 Aug. 1763, Slatthult s Sovde, Malmohus, 
bweden; md • 29 June 1798, Cathrina Olsson; d. 25 Dec. 1827. 

5. Pernilla Hansson, b. 13 Dec. 1767. Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; mdo 27 Dec. 1800 Nils Hakansson. 

6. Elna Hansson, b: 14 Sept » 1770, Slatthult, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd . 

MATZ PARSSON (Chart 9 #6), was born 1657, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 26 June 1717. Tagra , Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; buried 
2 July 1717, Sovde Malmohus, Sweden. He married (1) Bengta Larsson; 
married (2) TARNILLA OLL'FSSON (Chart 9, #7)o She was born 1676, 
of Sovde, Malmohus ; Sweden, Matz Parsson and Parnilla Olufsson had 
the following children - 

1, Oluf Matzson, be 4 Apr^ 1704, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur, 2 Febo 1706; unmd » 

* 2. (X) Bengta Matzson, b, 2 Feb. 1706, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md. (1) 3 Nov. 1726, Nils Hansson; md . (2) 18 Feb. 
1741, Nils Martensson; died 6 Dec, 1774. 

3. Ellna Matzson, b. 25 Sept. 1707, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd.; 
bur, 23 NoVo 1707; unmd. 

4: Jons Matzson, bo 7 Sept o 1708, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 

5, Johan Matzson b 30 Nov 1710, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd.; 
bur. 24 Dec 1710, unmd, 

6, Nills Kiatzson, b. 2 Jan. 1713, Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 

7, Kama Matzson- b. 27 Feb, 1717 Tagra, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 

MLS PARSSON (Chart 1, #20; and Chart 6, #1), son of Par 
Christensson and Hanna Ottosson, was born 6 July 1733, Ellestad, 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 30 Jan 1767, Tagmasa , Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden, bur. 8 Feb. 1767. He married 22 Jan. 1758, ANNA 
LARSSON (Chart 1, #21; and Chart 7, #1), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 
: lie was born 9 Jan, 1736, Tagmasa, Sovde. Malmohus, Sweden; married 
(1) 3 Oct 1756, Isak Nilsson, married (2) 22 Jan. 1758, Nils Parsson; 
married (3) 27 Mar. 1768. Joran Christensson. Nils Parsson and 
Anna Larsson had the following children; 

1. Hanna Nilsson, b. 1 May 1758, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 23 Mar. 1787, Jons Tufvesson. 



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• 2. (X) Isak Nilsson, bo 23 July 1760, Tagmasa , Sovde , Malmohus, 

Sweden; mdo 12 June 1791, Hanna Hansson; d. 21 Feb, 1831. 
3.. Matta Nilsson, bo 3 Oct. 1762, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Swdo ; 
md. (1) 8 Maro 1787, Nils Nilsson? mdo (2) 13 Mar. 1807, 
Nils Larssono 

4. Par Nilsson, bo 12 Oct » 1765, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Swdoj 
mdo 13 June 1794, Kierstena Mickelsson; do 28 Maro 1830o 

TUFVE PERHSSON (Chart 1, #14), son of Pehr Mattsson and Kama 
or Karina Larsson, was born 31 Deco 1760 or 1 Jan. 1761, Tullboden, 
Slimminage , Malmohus, Sweden; died 7 June 1831, Gustaf, Malmohus, 
Sweden; bur. 12 June 1831, Gustaf, Malmohus, Swedeno He married 
11 July 1788, INGAR OLSSON (Chart 1, #15), at Slimminge , Malmohus, 
Sweden She was born 12 DeCo 1765, Ulfwede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; dauo of Ola Andersson and Kiersti Olsson; died 6 May 1831, 
Gustaf, Malmohus, Swedeno Tufve Pehrsson and Ingar Olsson had the 
following children? 

1. Kirstina Tufvesson, bo 23 DeCo 1788, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 14 Jan. 1789; unmdo 

2o Ola Tufvesson, bo 16 DeCo 1790, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 

died 22 Febo 1791; unmdo 
3o Ola Tufvesson, bo 27 Apr. 1792, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden. 

• 4. (X) Kama Tufvesson, b. 10 Aug. 1794, Slatterod, Slimminge, 

Malmohus, Sweden; mdo Nils Jonsson; d. 14 July 1840. 

5. Kerstena Tufvesson, b. 25 Nov. 1796, Slatterod, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; died 2 Dec, 1796; unmd. 

6. Kerstena Tufvesson, bo 6 Jan. 1798, Slatterod, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden. 

7. Boel Tufvesson, bo 15 Febo 1801, Slatterod, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; died 21 June 1801; unmdo 

8. Nils Tufvesson, bo 6 July 1802, Slatterod, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 

9. Boel Tufvesson, b. 14 Sept o 1804, Slatterod, Slimminge, 
Malmohus, Sweden; d. 27 Maro 1805; unmdo 

10. Boel Tufvesson, bo 9 Feb. 1806, Slatterod, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 

11 o Par Tufvesson, bo 10 June 1808, Slatterod, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 

SOREN PERSSON (Chart 3, #4), was born 1652, of Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; died 11 Jan. 1737, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. He married (1) 
MATTA JONSSON (Chart 3, #5); married (2) 3 Aug. 1704, Elna Andersson, 
Matta Jonsson was b. 1663, Sodra Aasum, Malmohus, Sweden; buried 
8 May 1704, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. Soren Persson and Matta 
Jonsson had the following children; 

• 1. (X) Hakan Sorensson, b. abto 1686, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 

md. 28 Aug, 1712, Kerstina Parsson; bur. 5 Aug. 1742. 

2. Nils Sorensson, b. 3 Oct. 1695, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
bur. 20 Oct. 1695; unmd. 



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3. Anders Sorensson, b. 9 Nov. 1696, Sovde , Malmohus, Sweden. 

4. Olof Sorensson, b. 19 Apr. 1698, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

5. Elna Sorensson, b. 30 Apr. 1700, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

6. Pehr Sorensson, b. 29 Apr. 1702, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

NILS RASMUSSON (Chart 7, #6), was born 1671, of Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; died at Tamasa , Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 1 Mar. 
1747; bur. Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, He married 28 Dec, 1709, 
INGAR OLUFSSGN (Chart 7, #7), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. She was 
born 1664, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 30 June 1740, Tamasa, 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 6 July 1740, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 
She married (l) Par ttilhelmsson ; md. (2) 28 Dec. 1709, Nils Ras- 
mussen. Nils Rasmussen and Ingar Olufsson had the following children; 

• 1. (X) Marna Nilsson, b. 14 Feb. 1712, Tamasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md. 23 June 1731, Lars Nilsson ; d. 18 Sept. 1786. 

HAKAN SORENSSON (Chart 3, #2), son of Soren Parsson and Matta 
Jonsson, was b. abt. 1686, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; bur. 5 Aug. 
1742, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. He married 28 Aug. 1712, KERSTINA 
PARSSON (Chart 3, #3), at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. She was born 
1682, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 12 Apr. 1749, Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; bur. 4 May 1749, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. Hakan Soren- 
sson and Kerstina Parsson had the following children: 

1. Nills Hakansson, b. 26 Aug. 1713, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
d. 2 Apr. 1720; unmd. 

2. Pahr Hakansson, b. 20 Feb. 1715, Sovde, Malmohus ^ Sweden; 
d. 15 June 1715; unmd. 

3. Metta Hakansson, b. 11 Sept. 1717, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
md. 30 Apr. 1744, Jons Andersson; d. 17 Apr. 1768. 

4. Jons Hakansson, b. 7 Mar. 1720, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 25 May 1733; unmd. 

5. Kama Hakansson, b. 14 Apr. 1722, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

6. Anders Hakansson, b. 17 Sept. 1724, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. 

• 7. (X) Ingar Hakansson, b. 13 June 1727, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; md. 19 Mar. 1747, Carl Holgersson; d, 19 July 1807. 
8. Hanna Hakansson, b. 3 Aug, 1730, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 

HOLGER THYKESSON (Chart 2, #2), son of Thyke Nilsson and Bengta 
Holgersson, was b. abt. 1696, of Tagmasa , Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 24 Mar. 1737, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden. He married 
8 June 1718, KARNA LARSSON (Chart 2, #3), at Sovde, Malmohus, Swd. 
She was b. 1690, of Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 5 June 1763, 
Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, Holger Tykesson and Kama Larson 
had the following children: 

1. Tyke Holgersson, b. 25 Dec. 1719, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d. 4 Jan. 1720, 

• 2. (X) Carl Holgersson, b. 12 May 1721, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmo- 

hus, Sweden; md. 19 Mar. 1747, Ingar Hakansson; d. 21 Jan. 
1790. 

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3. Bengta Holgersson, b„ 28 Aug. 1724, Tagmasa , Sovde , Malraohus, 
Sweden c 

4. Nils Holgersson, bo 8 Octo 1727, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden o 

5» Elna Holgersson, chr. 28 Octo 1731, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; buro 9 Feb. 1732; unmdo 
6o Marna Holgersson, b, 19 Aug, 1733, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden, 
7o Hollger, Holgersson, b<, 9 May 1737, Tagmasa, Sovde, Malmohus, 

Sweden; buro 9 Feb. 1738; unmd, 

CHRISTEN TOMESSON (Chart 6, #4), was born about 1668, of 
Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden; died 17 July 1737, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden. He married 8 Dec, 1695, KERSTIN PEHRSSON (Chart 6, #5), 
at Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, She was born about 1670, of Sovde, 
Malmohus, Sweden; dau, of Pehr Nilsson and Hanna Perssonj died 
7 Feb, 1748, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, Christen Tomesson and Ker- 
stin Pehrsson had the following children; 

1. Ingeborg Christensson , b. abt, 1696, Sovde, Malmohus, Sweden, 

2. Thomas Christensson, b, 23 July 1698, Sovde, Malmohus, Swd, 

* 3, (X) Par Christensson, b, 11 Oct. 1701, Fodstorp, Sovde, 

Malmohus, Sweden; md, 23 Oct, 1729, Hanna Ottosson; bur, 
9 Jan, 1757, 

4, Anna Christensson, b. 3 Feb. 1705, Fodstorp, Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; md. 19 Nov, 1739, Nils Nilsson, 

5, Lars Christensson, b, 4 July 1707, Fodstorp, Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; md, (l) Kirsten Nilsson; bur, 27 Apr, 1766. 

6, Hanna Christensson, b. 9 Apr, 1710, Fodstorp, Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; bur. 9 Apr, 1710; unmd, 

7, Anders Christensson, b.30 Aug. 1711, Fodstorp, Sovde, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; md, Hanna Nilsson; bur. 21 July 1756, 

8, Nils Christensson, b, 3 May 1714, Fodstorp, Sovde, Malmohus, 
Sweden; d, 17 May 1714; unmd, 

9, Olof or Ola Christensson, b, 26 Apr, 1715, Fodstorp, Sovde, 
Malmohus, Sweden; md, 21 Oct. 1739, Boel Jonsson; died 

11 Aug, 1773, 

OLA TUFVESSON (Chart 13, #2), son of Tufve Andersson and 
Kama Persson, was b, abt, 1711, of Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 
died 22 Mar, 1778, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden, He married 25 
Mar. 1742, METTA MANSSON (Chart 13, #3), at Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden, She was born about 1724, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden; 
daughter of Mans Larsson and Gunnel Martensson; died 25 June 
1797, Slimminge, Malmohus, Sweden, Ola Tufvesson and Metaa 
Mansson had the following children; 

1, Kierstena Olsson, b, 28 May 1743, Hellede, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden; d, 16 Sept, 1743; unmd, 

* 2. (X) Kirsti Olsson, b, 11 Aug, 1744, Hellede, Slimminge, 

Malmohus, Sweden; md. (1) 23 Apr, 1763, Ola Andersson; md, 

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(2) 2 June 1795, Ter llansson; do 1 July 1815« 

3. Tufve Olsson, b, 28 June 1746, Hellede , Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md. 24 Sept, 1787, Elna Nilssono 

4. Kama Olsson, bo 10 Dec. 1748, Hellede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden . 

5. Marten Olsson, bo 26 Dec o 1750, Hellede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden , 

6.. Gunnel Olsson, bo 16 Sept o 1755, Hellede, Sliiraiiinge , Malmo- 
hus , Sweden , 

7. Mans Olsson, b. 14 Mar. 1756, Hellede, Slimininge, Malmohus, 
Sweden; md , (1) 7 Octo 1796, Bengta Matsson; mdo (2) 1 Nov. 
1816, Kerstina Larsson ; do 11 Feb, 1830o 

8o Arena Olsson, bo 6 June 1758, Hellede, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden o 

9. Pehr Olsson, bo 25 Feb. 1761, Helledge, Slimminge, Malmohus, 
Sweden , 
10. Anders Olsson, bo 12 June 1767, Hellede, Slimminge, Malmo- 
hus, Sweden. 



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CHAPTER III 



ANCESTRY OF CAROLINE MARIE HAAS 



On the following pages are listed a number of Pedigree Charts, 
showing the ancestry of Caroline Marie Haaso She was the daughter 
of Johannes Lochhaas or Haas and Else Kirstine Hansen, b. 11 June 
1865, Byrum, Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark; mdo 29 Jan„ 1885, Charles 
Carlson, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; do 25 Sept o 
1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah; bur. 28 Sept. 1922, Plea- 
sant Grove, Utah County, Utah. 

Six pages of Pedigree Charts follow, and are necessary to show 
the ancestry of Caroline Marie Haas. Each chart has a number, and 
each individual on the charts is identified by a number. Hence, 
Caroline Marie Haas appears as #1 on Chart 14. Johann Henrich 
Lochhaas appears as #16 on Chart 14; and since his data cannot be 
shown on Chart 14, he is continued on Chart 15, where he appears 
as #1 on that chart. All individuals appearing on the right-hand 
side of Chart 14 are continued on additional charts. The names 
of the individuals are given, then a chart number is given where 
this name and ancestral line is continued. For example, Johann 
Anton Friedrich Struckmeier appears as #22 on Chart 14, then he 
is continued on Chart 18, where he appears as #1 on this chart. 
Here his ancestral lines are continued. 

Following the Pedigree Charts in this chapter, an alphabet- 
ical listing is given of the Family Groups of the couples whose 
names appear on the Pedigree Charts. This listing of the Family 
Groups is according to the husband's name. The husband and wife 
are each identified in the Family Group listing by a Chart and 
an Individual Number. In this way, they can be readily located 
on the Pedigree Charts. For example, Johannes Lochhaas (Chart 14, 
#4) married Rosina Carolina Degenhard or Struckmeier (Chart 14, 
#5); or Sebastian Oestrich (Chart 16, #2) married Helena Smet 
(Chart 16, #3). In each instance, all known family data on the 
parents and children are given in the Family Group data. 

In the listing of data of the Family Groups in the last 
part of this chapter, it is important to know which child of the 
family group is the progenitor. This is shown by an (X) placed 
in front of the name of the child that is the progenitor. In 
this way it is easy to trace one's ancestry. 



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HANS CURISTENSEN (Chart 14, #6), son of Christen Larsen 
and Else Hansen, was chr. 14 Apr. 1793, Volstrup, Aalborg, Den- 
mark; died 4 Mar, 1868, Byrum, Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark; bur. 
12 Mar, 1868, Byrum Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark, He married 29 
Oct, 1826, MAREN SORENSEN (Chart 14, #7), at Ulsted, Aalborg, 
Denmark. She was born in 1798; chr, 9 Sept, 1798, Byrum, 
Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark; died 20 Sept, 1862, Byrum, Laeso, 
Hjorring, Denmark; bur, 26 Sept, 1862, Byrum, Laeso, Hjorring, 
Denmark; daughter of Friderich Berg and Lovisc Nielsen Cortsen, 
Hans Christensen and Maren Sorensen had the following children; 

• 1, (X) Else Kirstine Hansen, b, 4 Apr. 1825, Ulsted, Aalborg, 

Denmark; md, 25 Jan, 1863, Johannes Lochhaas or Haas; d, 

19 Dec, 1879, 
2. Niels Christian Hansen, b„ 21 May 1827, Ulsted, Aalborg, 

Denmark; md, (1) 27 Jan. 1850, Karen Margrethe Nielsen; 

md, (2) 22 Feb, 1863, Ane Cathrine Nielsen, 
3o Johanne Lovise Hansen, b. 24 Feb, 1829, Ulsted, Aalborg, 

Denmark; died 11 Jan, 1870; unmd, 
4o Peter Christian Hansen, b, 9 Feb, 1836, Byrum, Laeso, 

Hjorring, Denmark, 
5, Ane Kirstine Hansen, b, 17 July 1840, Byrum, Laeso< Hjor- 
ring, Denmark; died 6 Aug, 1840, 

VALENTIN DEGENHARD (Chart 14, #10), was born abt , 1751, of 
Hattendorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 3 Mar. 1812, Marburg, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. He married SOPHIA MARGARETHA STRUCKMEIER 
(Chart 14, #11), She was chr, 19 Oct, 1755, Kathrinhagen , Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; dau, of Johann Anton Friedrich Struckmeier and 
Ilsa Maria Schmidt; died 17 Jan. 1828, Althattendorf , Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; bur. 20 Jan, 1828, Althattendorf, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia, Valentin Degenhard and Sophia i^'argaretha Struckmeier 
had the following children? 

* 1. (X) Caroline Rosina Degenhard or Struckmeier, b, 1 Nov. 

1785, Althattendorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md, 4 July 
1813, Johannes Lochhaas; died 17 June 1849, 
2. Wilhelminc Degenhard or Struckmeier, b. 2 Mar. 1788, 

Althattendorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md. 29 Sept. 1816, 
Johannes Raab , 

JOHANN GEORGE CONRAD FAATZ (Chart 14, #18; and Chart 17, #1 ) , 
son of Johannes Fauss or Faatz, was born 3 Mar. 1681, Lauterbach, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 13 Jan, 1747, Lauterbach, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; bur. 16 Jan, 1747, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia, He married ANNA CATHARINA ELISABETHA , She was 

born 5 Aug. 1698, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 10 
Aug. 1755, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 11 Aug, 1755, 
Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, Johann George Conrad Faatz 
and Anna Catharina Elisabetha had the following children; 



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lo Nicolaus Faatz, b» abt. 1724, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; died 5 June 1724 5 unmdo 
2. Conrad Faatz, bo 6 Oct. 1728, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; died 25 DeCo 1728 » 

* 3. (X) Anna Maria Faatz, bo 1732, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; mdo Johann Nikolaus Lochhaas; do 7 Sept » 1792, 
4o Johann Caspar Faatz, bo abt « 1736, Lautherbach, Hessen, 

Nassau, Prussia; mdo Anna Elisabeth Gerbrand Sigmundo 
5o Anna Elisabeth Faatz or Vatz, bo 1738, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia. 

JOHANNES FAUSS or FAATZ (Chart 17, #2), son of Curdt Fauss 
of Fausten and Catharina , was chro 27 Nov. 1644, Lauter- 
bach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 5 May 1705, Lauterbach, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. He had the following children s 

• lo (X) Johann Georg Conrad Faatz, bo 3 Maro 1681, Lauterbach, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md . Anna Catharina Elisabetha ; 

died 13 Jano 1747o 
2. Johann Conrad Faatz, b. 1 Jan, 1684, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; md. Anna Elisabetha ; d. 15 Mar. 1747c 

CURDT FAUSTEN or FAUSS (Chart 17, #4), was born abt . 1610, of 
Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; buro 2 Jano 1663, Lauterbach, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; married 13 Jan 1642, CATHARINA 

(Chart 17, #5), at Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. She was 
born abt. 1621, of Lauterbachm Hessen Nassau, Prussia o Curdt 
Fausten or Fauss and Catharina had the following children: 

lo Miss Fauss, chr. 9 Nov. 1642, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia . 
2„ Martin Fauss, chro 6 Oct. 1643, Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia . 

• 3. (X) Johannes Fauss or Faatz, chr. 27 Nov. 1644, Lauterbach, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 5 May 1705. 

JOHANN HATTENDORF or HARDENDORFF (Chart 19, #6), was born 
about 1664, of Klein Hegestorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. He had 
the following children; 

* 1. (X) Anna llsa Catharina Hattendorf, b. 22 Jan. 1696, Klein 

Hegestorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md . Hans Hermann Schmidt; 
died 5 Mar. 1748. 

CHRISTEN LARSEN (Chart 14, #12), was born 1760, of Volstrup, 
Hjorring, Denmark; died 7 June 1839, Volstrup, Hjorring, Denmark; 
buried 16 June 1838, Volstrup, Hjorring, Denmark. He married (1) 
ELSE HANSEN (Chart 14, #13); married (2) 4 Dec. 1796, Kirsten 
Jensen. Else Hansen was born 1771, of Volstrup, Hjorring, 



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Denmark, buFc 26 Jan c 17945 Volstrup, Hjorring, Denmarko Christen 
Larsen and Else Hansen had the following children; 

• 1. (X) Hans Christensen; chr: 14 Apr, 1793, Volstrup, Hjorring, 

Denmark; md 29 Oct 1826 Maren Sorensen ; dc 4 Marc 1868 » 

JOHANN HEINRICH LOCHHAAS (Chart 14, #16; and Chart 15, #1), 
was b 25 Mar 1686 Stockhausenj Hessen Nassau, Prussia; son of 

Johannes Henrich Lochhaas and Zeine ; bur. 30 Jan o 1737, 

Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau. Prussia, married 4 Febc 1710, BARBARA 
OESTRICH (Chart 14, #17; and Chart 16, #1), at Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia She was born 6 Augc 1678, Frishborn , Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia, dau of Sebastian Oestrich and Helena Smet » 
Johann Heinrich Lochhaas and Barbara Oestrich had the following 
children : 

lo Anna Elisabetha Lochhaas, b. 14 Nov o 1710, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau Prussia; d. 24 NoVo 1710; unmdc 
2o Johann Henrich Lochhaas, bo 2 Jan„ 1712 j Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau Prussia; do 12 Jan, 1712; unmd . 
3 Johann Henrich Lochhaas, be 18 Augc 1713 j Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; d 25 Sept o 1713; unmd. 
4, Johannes Lochhaas b. 26 Febo 1715, Stockhausen, Hessen 

NassaUi Prussia, do 6 Marc 1715; unmd. 
5c Christina Barbara Lochhaas, be 7 June 1716, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; do 15 June 1716? unmdo 
6 Johann Adara Lochhaas, bo 4 Apro 1718, Stockhausen, Hessen 

Nassau Prussia; d 11 Apro 1718; unmdo 
7, Anna Barbara Lochhaas, bo 10 July 1719, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau Prussia; do 26 July 1719= 
8o Johann Casper Lochhaas, bo 25 Jan „ 1722, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; do 29 Jano 1722; unmdo 

• 9, (X) Johann Nikolaus Lochhaas, bo 8 Septo 1725, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; mdo Anna Maria Faatz; do 10 NoVo 
1790o 

JOHANN NIKOLAI'S LOCHHAAS (Chart 14, #8), son of Johann Hen- 
rich Lochhaas and Barbara Oestrich, was bo 8 Septo 1725, Stock- 
hausen Hessen Nassau ^ Prussia; died 10 Nov. 1790, Lauterbach, 
Hessen. Nassau, Prussia; bur. 11 Nov. 1790, Lauterbach, Hessen 
Nassau Prussia He married ANNA MARIA FAATZ (Chart 14, #9)o 
She was born 1732 Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; dauo of 

Johann Georg Conrad Faatz and Anna Catharina Elisabetha ; 

died 7 July 1792 Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; buried 

9 July 1792. Lauterbach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia o Johann Nikolaus 

Lochhaas and Anna Maria Faatz had the following children; 

lo Anna Sybilla Lochhaas, bo Maro 1757, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau Prussia; d 14 July 1774 
2o Johann Henrich Lochhaas, b. 1758, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau Prussia; do 25 Dec. 1761; unmdo 

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3. Anna Elisabeth Lochhaas, bo 2 Septo 1761, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; do 16 Aug. 1762 5 unmdo 
4o Johunn Casper Lochhaas, bo 10 Aug, 1763, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; do 8 Mar. 1765; unmdo 
5o Anna Barbara Lochhaas, bo 30 Jan. 1766, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia, 
6„ Johann Conrad Lochhaas, bo 21 Novo 1769, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; d= 8 NoVo 1770? unmdo 
7o Anna Maria Lochhaas, bo 2 Feb » 1773, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; do 26 Mar, 1773; unmdo 

• 8. (X) Johannes Lochhaas, bo 17 Jano 1775, Lauterbach, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; md o 4 July 1813, Carolina Rosina Degenhard 
of Struckmeiero 
9. Johann Friedrich Gottlieb Lochhaas, bo 28 Oct. 1777, Lauter- 
bach, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; d. 21 Apr. 1783; unmdo 

JOHANNES LOCHHAAS (Chart 14, #4), son of Johann Nickolaus 
Lochhaas and Anna Maria Faatz, was born 17 Jano 1775, Lauterbach, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia He married 4 July 1813, CAROLINA ROSINA 
DEGENHARD or STRUCKMEIER (Chart 14, #5), at Althattendorf , Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia, She was born 1 Nov, 1785, Althattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; dauo of Valentin Degenhard and Sophia Margaretha 
Struckmeier or Strubmeier; died 17 June 1849, Althattendorf, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 19 June 1849, Althattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia, Johannes Lochhaas and Carolina Rosina Degenhard 
or Struckmeier had the following children; 

1. Sophia Margaretha Lochhaas, b, 27 July 1811, Hattendorf, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md, 16 Apr, 1843, Johannes Diebel; 
do 27 Augo 1870o 

2. Anna Cunigunda Lochhaas, be 30 Oct o 1813, Hattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; died 1 Deco 1813. 

* 3. (X) Johannes Lochhaas of Haas, bo 12 Dec » 1814, Hattendorf, 

Hessen Nassau; md. 25 Jan. 1863, Else Kirstine Hansen; died 
6 Oct. 1885. 
4o Anna Gela Lochhaas, bo 16 Sept. 1817, Hattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; do 18 NoVo 1852 o 

5. Elisabeth Lochhaas, b. 30 Dec. 1820, Hattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; do 24 Feb. 1890. 

6. Johann Heinrich Lochhaas, b. 14 June 1826 , Hattendorf, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; md, Anna Barbara Raith; do 12 Dec. 1863. 

JOHANNES LOCHHAAS or HAAS (Chart 14, #2), son of Johannes 
Lochhaas and Carolina Rosina Degenhard or Struckmeier, was born 
12 Dec. 1814, Althattendorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 6 Oct. 
1885, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah; bur. Oct. 1885, Pleasant 
Grove, Utah County, Utah. He married 25 Jan. 1863, ELSE KIRSTINE 
HANSEN (Chart 14, #3), at Byrum, Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark. She 
was bo 4 Apr. 1825, Ulsted, Aalborg, Denmark; dau. of Hans 
Christensen and Maren Sorensen. Johannes Lochhaas or Haas and 

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Else Kirstine Hansen had the following children; 

1, Johan Henrik Haas (twin), b, 23 May 1863, Byrum, Laeso, 
Hjorring, Denmark; de 25 May 1863; unmdo 

2. Caroline Vilhelmine Haas (twin), bo 23 May 1863, Byrum, 
Laeso, Hjorring, Denmark; do 30 May 1863; unmdo 

• 3. (X) Caroline Marie Haas, b, 11 June 1865, Byrum, Laeso, 

Hjorringj Denmark; md, 29 Jan, 1885, Charles Carlson; 
died 25 Sept. 1922. 

JOHAKNES HENRICH LOCHHAAS (Chart 15, #2), son of Valentin 

Lochhaas and Helena , was chr. 1 July 1650, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur, 11 Sept. 1698, Stockhausen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia. He married ZEINE (Chart 15, #3). 

She was b. abt. 1651, of Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; 
died 5 June 1716, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Johannes 
Henrich Lochhaas and Zeine had the following children: 

1. Andreas Lochhaas, b. 1673, of Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; died 11 Feb. 1702. 

2. Elisabetha Lochhaas, b„ 2 Apr. 1680, of Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau J Prussia o 

• 3. (X) Johann Henrich Lochhaas, b. 25 Mar. 1686, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md. 4 Feb. 1710, Barbara Oestrich; 
bur. 30 Jan. 1757o 

4. Johann Henrich Lochhaas, b. 2 Aug. 1689, Stockhausen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

5. Johannes Loclihaas, b. 11 Feb, 1693, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

VALENTIN LOCHIxAAS (Chart 15, #8) was born about 1572, of 
Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, He had the following children: 

1. Heintz or Heinrich Lochhaas, bo 1598, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; md. Christina ; d. 16 July 1668. 

2. Michael Lochhaas, b. 1600, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; md, Agnes ; died 1662. 

3. Christian Lochhaas, b. 18 Apr. 1610, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia o 

• 4, (X) Valentin Lochhaas, b. abt. 1612, Stockhausen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; md. (1) Helena ; md. (2) 19 June 

1654, Apollonia Preusse ; bur, 21 Feb. 1685. 

VALENTIN LOCHHAAS (Chart 15, #4), son of Valentin Lochhaas, 
was born abt. 1612, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md. 

(1) HELENA (Chart 15, #5); md, (2) 19 June 1654, 

Appollonia Preusse Helena was born about 1616, of Stockhausen, 
Hessen Nassau; died 22 Aug. 1652, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia. Valentin Lochhaas and Helena had the following children: 



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lo Agnes Lochhaas, b, 24 Dec o 1638, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; mdo 4 June 1660, Stephen Otto Siebert. 

2, Christian Lochhaas, b. 23 Aug, 1639, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

3, Catharina Lochhaas, b, 5 Oct. 1642, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

4, Margaretha Lochhaas, b. 13 May 1645, Stockhausen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussiao 

5, Anna Margaretha Lochhaas, bo 18 June 1647, Stockhausen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia, 

* 6. (X) Johannes Henrich Lochhaas, chr. 1 July 1650, Stockhausen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia; mdo Zeine ; bur, 11 Sept o 1698. 
7o Barbara Lochhaas, 12 Feb, 1652, Stockhausen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia, 

HANS MEYER (Chart 18, #6), son of Hinrich Meyer, was chr. 
1 Oct. 1650, Rhoden , Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 18 Oct, 1714, 
Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. He married ANNA ELISABETHA VOGTES 
(Chart 18, #7), at Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, She was b, 
1653, at Grossenwieden , Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 5 Jan, 1718, 
Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Hans Meyer and Anna Elisabetha 
Vogtes had the following children: 

lo Maria Elisabeth Meyer, b„ 18 Oct, 1681, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

2. Hans Hinrich Meyer, b, 2 Nov. 1682, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia . 

3. Johann Wilhelm Meyer, b. 20 Mar. 1684, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

4. Anna Margaretha Meyer, b. 16 Mar, 1686, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia, 

5. Herman Hinrich Meyer, b. 11 Jan. 1688, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; died 17 Apr. 1706, 

6. Christoph Meyer, b, 23 Feb. 1690, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia , 

7. Johann Gerd Julius Meyer, b. 9 Nov, 1692, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; died 29 Mar. 1693; unmd, 

8. Cord Meyer, b. 14 Feb, 1694, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia . 

* 9, (X) Catharina Elisabeth Meyer, chr, 15 Feb, 1697, Rhoden, 

Hessen, Nassau, Prussia; md, Johann Heinrich Struckmeier; 
do 2 Feb, 1771, 

HANS MEYER (Chart 18, #24), was born 1588, of Rhoden, Hes- 
sen Nassau, Prussia; died 19 Aug, 1681, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussiao Mrs. Hans Meyer was born about 1600, of Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; died. 12 Aug. 1683, at Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussiao Hans Meyer had the following children; 

* 1. (X) Hinrich Meyer, bo 1614, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; 

died 20 Oct, 1679, 

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HINRICH MEYER (Chart 18, #12), son of Hans Meyer, was born 
1614, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 20 Oct. 1679, Rhoden , 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Mrs. Hinrich Meyer was born about 1617, 
of Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 12 Sept. 1680, Rhoden, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia, Hinrich Meyer had the following children: 

1. Johann Meyer, b. 6 Mar. 1644, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

2. Ilsabeth Meyer, b. 13 Apr. 1646, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; md. 27 Sept. 1677, Hinrich Hachmeister ; died 

8 Aug. 1680 o 

3. Curt Meyer, b. 2 July 1648, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

• 4. (X) Hans Meyer, chr. 1 Oct. 1650, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; md. 11 Feb. 1681, Anna Elisabetha Vogtes; died 
18 Oct. 1714c 

5. Johann Hinrich Meyer, b. 10 Oct. 1652, Rhoden, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia o 

6. Jost Meyer, bo 6 May 1655, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; 
md. 26 Oct. 1684, Anna Margarethe Wecke. 

7. Margarethe Meyer, b. 8 June 1657, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia. 

8. Stillborn son Meyer, b, 29 May 1659, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia. 

9. Herman Anton Meyer, b. 8 May 1663, Rhoden, Hessen Nassau; 
md. 6 Oct, 1701, Anna Margarethe Braths, 

SEBASTIAN OESTRICH (Chart 16, #2), was born 1623, of Frisch- 
born, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 16 Feb. 1693, Frischborn, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 17 Feb. 1693, Frischborn, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. He married 13 Feb. 1656, HELENA SMET (Chart 16, 
#3), at Frischborn, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. She was born 1638, 
of Frischborn, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 29 Jan, 1704, 
Frischborn, Hessen Nassau; bur, 31 Jan. 1704, Frischborn, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussial Sebastian Oestrich and Helena Smet had the 
following children: 

1. Johann Jost Oestrich, b. 25 Feb. 1674, Frischborn, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

* 2. (X) Barbara Oestrich, b. 6 Aug. 1678, Frischborn, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; md, 4 Feb, 1710, Johann Henrich Lochhaas. 

HANS HERMANN SCHMIDT (Chart 19, #2), son of Hermann Schmidt, 
was born 1695, of Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 8 
Feb. 1768, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 14 Feb. 1768, 
Altenhagen Hessen Nassau, Prussia. He married (1) ANNA ILSA 
CATHARINA HATTENDORF (Chart 19, #3); married (2) 28 Nov. 1748, 
Sophie Charlotte Keyserberg, Anna Ilsa Catharina Hattendorf 
was b, 22 Jan. 1696 » Klein Hegestorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; 
dau, of Johann Hattendorf or Hardendorff ; died 5 Mar, 1748, 
Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, Hans Hermann Schmidt and 
Anna Ilsa Catharina Hattendorf had the following children: 



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lo Johann Heinrich Schmidt, b, 1720, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; died. 18 Nov„ 1759o 

2. Anna Maria Schmidt, bo Dec 1721, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; died 1723o 

3. Catharina Maria Schmidt, bo 1723, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia o 

4o Curt Henrich Schmidt, bo 6 Augo 1724, Altenhagen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia » 
5o Curt Hermann Schmidt, bo 20 Octo 1725, Altenhagen, Hessen, 

Nassau, Prussia =, 
6. Sophia Elisabeth Schmidt, bo 30 Maro 1728, Altenhagen, 

Hessen Nassau, Prussia » 

* 7o (X) Ilsa Maria Schmidt, bo 4 June 1730, Altenhagen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; mdo 15 Novo 1751, Johann Anton Friedrich 

Struckmeier; died 14 Dec » 1803o 
Bo Hans Henrich Schmidt, bo 1731, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; eido 10 Feb, 1734; unmd, 
9o Johann Conrad Schmidt, bo 5 Deco 1734, Altenhagen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia » 

10. Johann Hermann Schmidt, bo 18 May 1738, Altenhagen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; mdo 1 July 1764, Anna Use Christina 
Gellermann; died 22 Febo 1775. 

11. Hans Henrich Schmidt, b. 8 May 1741, Altenhagen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

HERMANN SCHMIDT (Chart 19, #4), was born about 1670, of 
Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 2 Febo 1737, Altenhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Mrs„ Herman Schmidt was born about 1674, 
of Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 24 DeCo 1740, Hatten- 
dorf, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Hermann Schmidt had the following 
children ; 

* lo (X) Hans Hermann Schmidt, b. 1695, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia; md. (l) Anna Ilsa Catharina Hattendorf; md. (2) 

28 Nov. 1748, Sophie Charlotte Keyserberg; d. 8 Feb. 1768o 
2. Anton Friedrich Schmidt, bo abt. 1706, Altenhagen, Hessen 

Nassau, Prussia; md. 14 June 1731, Catharina Elisabeth 

Wasmuths. 
3o Ludwig Schmidt, b. abt » 1709, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, 

Prussia o 

JOHANN ANTON FRIEDRICH STRUCKMEIER (Chart 14, #22; and 
Chart 18, #1), son of Johann Heinrich Struckmeier and Catharina 
Elisabeth Meyer, was chr. 29 June 1729, Kathrinhagen , Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia; d. 16 Sept. 1806, Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, 
Prussia; bur. 19 Sept. 1806, Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau. He 
married 15 Nov. 1751, ILSA MARIA SCHMIDT (Chart 14, #23; and 
Chart 19, #1), at Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. She was 
born 4 June 1730, Altenhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; dauo of 
Hans Hermann Schmidt and Anna Ilsa Catharina Hattendorf; died 



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14 Dec. 1803 i Kathrinhagen . Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 17 Dec. 
1803, Kathinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. Johann Anton Friedrich 
Struckmeier and Ilsa Maria Schmidt had the following children: 

* lo (X) Sophia Margaretha Struckmeier, chr, 19 Oct., 1755, 

Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md , Valentin Degenhard ; 
d. 17 Jan.- 1828. 
2o Anton Friedrich Struckmeier, b. 26 NoVo 1758, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

3. Catharina Louisa Struckmeier, b. 26 July 1761, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; d. 28 Aug. 1778. 

4. Carl Albrecht Struckmeier, b. 30 Oct, 1763, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

5. Johann Hermann Struckmeier, b. 29 Oct. 1766, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; d. 14 Feb. 1769; unmd, 

6. Friedrich Struckmeier, bo 24 Apr. 1770, Kathrinhagen, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia. 

7. Johann Hermann Struckmeier, b. 9 Mar. 1774, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

JOHANN HENRICH STRUCKMEIER (Chart 18, #12), son of Toennies 
Struckmeyer and Gertrud Sievers, was chr. 30 Jan. 1685, Rosen- 
thal, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 12 Aug, 1754, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. He married (1) 15 Oct. 1711, Anna Mar- 
garetha Ackermann; married (2) 5 Mar. 1716, CATHARINA ELISABETH 
MEYER (Chart 18, #3), at Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 
Catharina Elisabeth Meyer, dau. of Hans Meyer and Anna Elisabeth 
Vogtes, was b. 1695, at Rhoden , Hessen Nassau, Prussia; died 
2 Feb. 1771, at Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, Johann 
Henrich Struckmeier and Catharina Elisabeth Meyer had the fol- 
lowing children; 

1, Johann Henrich Struckmeier, chr, 14 Mar, 1717, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia 

2, Maria Elisabeth Struckmeier, chr, 3 Dec. 1719, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

3, Anna Engel Struckmeier, chr. 12 Apr. 1722, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia, 

4o Catharina Margarethe Struckmeier, chr. 5 Mar, 1724, Kath- 
rinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia. 

5. Maria Elisabeth Struckmeier, chr, 2 Feb. 1727, Kathrinhagen, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia c 

• 6, (X) Johan Anton Friedrich Struckmeier, chr. 29 June 1729, 

Kathrinhagen, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md, 15 Nov, 1751 Ilsa 
Maria Schmidt; d. 16 Sept. 1806. 

TOENNIES STRUCKMEYER (Chart 18, #4), was born 1639, Rosen- 
thal, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; bur. 9 Jan. 1715, Rosenthal, Hessen 
Nassau, Prussia, He married (l) 12 Sept. 1678, Hedewig Zimmerhaus; 
married (2) 2 Jan. 1684, GERTRUD SIEVERS (Chart 18, #5), at Rosen- 
that , Hessen, Nassau, Prussia, Gertrud Sievers was born about 

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1656, of Rosenthal, Hessen Nassau » Toennies Struckmeier and 
Gertrud iiievers had the following children: 

♦ 1. (X) Johann Heinrich Strukmeier, chr, 30 Jan„ 1685, Rosen- 
thal, Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md. (l) 15 Oct. 1711, Anna 
Margaretha Ackermann ; md. (2) 5 Mar. 1716, Catharina 
Elisabeth Meyer; died 12 Aug. 1754. 

2, Anna Elisabeth Struckmeier, chr. 7 Nov. 1688, Rosenthal, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md. 1719, Balthasar Anton 
Klingenberg. 

3. Anna Catharina Struckmeier, chr, 1 Jan. 1698, Rosenthal, 
Hessen Nassau, Prussia; md ., 1722 Johann Henrich Schwartze, 



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CHAPTER IV 



CHARLEii CARLSON, JR. and 
JULIA MARIE HAUSER family 



CHARLES CARLSON, JR., son of Charles Carlson and Caroline 
Marie Haas, wus born 8 Aug, 1885, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 
Utah; married 14 May 1907, JULIA MARIE HAUSER, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; died 17 Aug. 1960, Bellingham, Whatcom 
County, Washington; bur. 22 Aug. 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah. Charles was reared on his father's farm on the 
northwest wide of Pleasant Grove. He worked a few years as a 
fireman on the railroad, but spent most of his life as a motor- 
man for the Salt Lake City Transit Company. He raised fancy 
pigeons and chickens as a hobby, and made children's toys. He 
enjoyed traveling, visiting most of the States in the United 
States, and traveled in Canada and Mexico. 

JULIA MARIE HAUSER, daughter of Johann Hauser and Barbara 
Margurita Hatt, was born 22 Nov. 1887, at Payson, Utah County, 
Utah; married ( 1 ) 14 May 1907, CHARLES CARLSON, JR., at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; md . (2) Thomas Vaughn Farr. 
She died 14 May 1945, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; 
buried 19 May 1945, Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. Julia 
Marie was reared at Payson, Utah; and at the age of fifteen 
went to Salt Lake City, Utah, to do housework. While working 
in Salt Luke City she met Charles Carlson, Jr. where he was 
a niotornian; and they were married in 1907. After her marriage 
she continued to do housework for other people, and also kept 
boarders at her home. She devoted her life to her family, and 
she enjoyed young people. She was artistic in flower arrange- 
ments and home decoration. She donated her property in Spanish 
Fork, Utah, to the American Legion for a building site. 

Charles Carlson, Jr. and Julia Marie Hauser had the 
following children: (div.) 

• 1. Virginia Charleene Carlson, b. 8 Oct. 1908, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; md. (1) 14 Aug. 1929, William 
Hurdis McClain; md. (2) 20 Apr. 1943, Laurie Taisto Niemi; 
md. (3) 20 Apr. 1963, Edward Lee Ninis; md . (4) 14 Jan. 

1965. Tonv flpor'tTA Knirri r>h, 



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2o William Harold Carlson, b« 24 July 1910, Pleasant Grove 

Utah County, Utah; rod. (l) 24 June 1933, Ethel Clarice 

Anderson i mdc (2) 12 June 1939, Lota Margaret Llewellyn 
3. Guy Dell Carlson, bo 25 Jano 1913, Salt Lake City, 

Salt Lake County, Utah; diedo 12 Feb., 1913; unmdo 
4c Charles Francis Marrion Carlson, bo 15 June 1914, Salt 

Lake City, Salt Lake Countyj Utah? mdo 11 Mar. 1935 

Mildred Jackson « 
5o Dorothea Adair Carlson, bo 21 May 1916, Salt Lake City, 

Salt Lake County; do 27 Maro 1936; unrad. 
6. Howard Belden Carlson, bo 30 Sept » 1917, Salt Lake City 

Salt Lake County, Utah; mdo 26 Deco 1940, Elva Angello 



VIRGINIA CHARLEENE CARLSON, daughter of Charles Carlson, 
Jro and Julia Mane Hauser ^ was born 8 Octc 1908, Salt Lake 
City. Salt Lake County, Utah; married (1) 14 Augo 1929, 
WILLIAM HURDIS MCCLAIN, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utah, mdo (2) 20 Apro 1943, LAURIE TAISTO MIEMI , at Reno, 
Uashoe County, Nevada; mdo (3) 20 Apro 1963, EDWARD LEE NIMS, 
at Everson, Whatcom County, Washington; md. (4) 14 Jano 1965, 
TONY GEORGE KRUZICH, at Burlington, Skagit County, Washingtono 
Virginia Charleene was reared in Salt Lake City, and attended 
the Columbus, Oquirrh, and Wasatch Elementary Schools, and 
the Irving Junior High Schools She received her high school 
certificate from the American School, and attended one year 
at the Washington University m Missouri o She was employed 
at the Fireside Inn, Yellow Cab Company, Salt Lake City Tran- 
sit Company, and the Reminington Small Arms Plant all in Salt 
Lake City, Utah. She taught art at the Acme Elementary School 
in Washington for four yearso She owned two cafes at Ferndale, 
Washington; She is interested in art, ceramics, flower arrange- 
ments, and doll makingo 

WILLIAM HURDIS MCCLAIK, son of William Henry McClain and 
Else Jane Storey, was born 17 Sept. 1898, Senath, Dunklin, 
Missouri; married 14 Augo 1929, VIRGINIA CHARLEENE CARLSON, at 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah„ William Hurdis was 
a certified public accountant, c4nd served in World War IIo 
There were no children to this marriage^ (Div ) 

LAURIE TAISTO NIEMI, son ov Ivor Landrouss and Hilja 
Marie Nieminen, was born 11 Augo 1917, Detroit, Wayne County, 
Michigan; married 20 Apr. 1943, VIRGINIA CHARLEENE CARLSON, 
at Reno, Washoe County, Nevada o Laurie Taisto had a career in 
the United States Navy, and held the rank of Commander o 

Virginia Charleene Carlson and Laurie Taisto Niemi, had 
the following children; (Div.) 

• 1. Dorothea Marie Niemi, bo 19 Augo 1943, Salt Lake City, 



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Salt Lake County, Utah; md. (1) 19 Dec. 1962, James Gary 

Buchanan; md. (2) 17 Dec, 1964, Ordcan Give IVilland. 

2. Laurie Taisto Niemi, Jr., b. 10 Oct. 1944, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. 

EDWARD LEE MMS, son of Lee Nims and Ethel , was 

born 10 Mar, 1908, at Sumas, Whatcom County, Washington; md , 
20 Apr. 1963, VIRGINIA CHARLEME CARLSON, at Evcrson, Whatcom 
County, Washington; died 19 Feb. 1964, Doming, Whatcom County, 
Washington; bur. 22 Feb, 1964, Everson, Whatcom County, Wash- 
ington, County. Edward Lee was a logger and lumber owner in 
Washington. There were no children to this marriage. 

TONY GEORGE KRUZICH, son of Tony Kruzich and 

was born 9 Oct. 1912, Livingston, Park County, 



Montana; married 14 Jan. 1965, VIRGINIA CHARLEENE CARLSON, 
at Burlington, Skagit County, Washington. Tony George was 
a miner and building contractor. There were no children to 
this marriage. 



DOROTHEAMARIE NIEMI, dau. of Laurie Taisto Niemi and 
Virginia Charleene Carlson, was born 19 Aug. 1943, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah, She married (1) 19 Dec. 1962, 
JAMES GARY BUCHANAN, at Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washing- 
ton. He was b, 2 June 1940, Bellingham, Whatcom County, Wash- 
ington; son of Floyd William Buchanan and Eleanor Cyrena 
Griff en. Dorothea Marie Niemi and James Gary Buchanan had 
the following children: (Div.) 

1. Kenneth Gary Buchanan, b. 20 April 1964, Bellingham, 
Whatcom County, Washington. 

Dorothea Marie Niemi married (2) ORDEAN OLVE WILLAND, 

17 Dec. 1964, at Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, 

He was born 15 Oct. 1933, Powers Lake, Burke County, North 

Dakota; son of Olve Willand and Francis Mary Erickson. 

Dorothea Marie Niemi and Ordean Olve Willand had the 
following children: 

1. Michael Ordean Willand, b. 2 Mar. 1966, Bellingham, 
Whatcom County, Washington. 

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WILLIAM HAROLD CARLSON, son of Charles Carlson, Jr. and 
Julia Marie Hauser, was born 24 July 1910, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah County, Utah. He married (l) 24 June 1933, ETHEL CLARICE 
ANDERSON, at Elko, Elko County, Nevada; married (2) 12 June 
1939, LOTA MARGARET LLEWELLYN, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah. William Harold attended the Oquirrh, Sumner, 
and Webster Elementary Schools in Salt Lake City, Utah; and 

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attended the Irving Junior High School. From 1923 to 1926 he 
worked for the Western Union Telegraph Company, and for Postal 
Telegraph from 1927 to 1940 He worked at the Veterans Hospital 
at bult Lake City, Utah, from 1940 to 1944; then served in the 
United States Naval Reserve during the years 1944 and 1945, 
From 1946 to 1949 he worked for the Firestone Tire and Rubber 
Company; and since 1949 he has been employed by the Salt Lake 
Meat Packing Company. He enjoys bowling and fishing = 

ETHEL CLARICE ANDERSON, daughter of Ferry Hillard Ander- 
son and Grace Madonna Cherry, was born 16 Jan. 1918, Ephraiir., 
Sanpete County, Utah: She married (1) 24 June 1933, WILLIAM 
HARCLD CARLSON, at Elko, Elko County, Nevada, She married (2) 
Lawrence Bostrom; md (3) 1 Jan o 1946, B„lVo Griffiths. Ethel 
Clarice attended schools at Ephraim, Salina, and Salt Lake 
City; Utah, She and her last husband operated a restaurant 
and tourist resort in Oregon; and presently operate a travel 
agency in Palm Springs, California. William Harold Carlson 
and Ethel Clarice Anderson had the following child; (Div.) 

• 1 Carol Joyce Carlson, b, 23 Dec, 1935, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; married 14 Octo 1955, Lynn 
LaVern Baxter, 

LOTA MARGARET LLEWELLYN, daughter of John Rees Llewellyn 
and ilazel R. Frandsen , was born 12 Oct, 1916, Ferron , Eniery 
County- Utaho She married 12 June 1939, WILLIAM HAROLD CARL- 
SON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Lota Margaret 
attended the Emerson Elementary School, the Roosevelt Junior 
High School, and graduated in 1933 from the East High School, 
all in Salt Lake City, Utaho She attended the Brigham Young 
University and graduated in elementary education in 1937. 
She taught school for two years at the Webster, Fremont, and 
Jefferson schools. Since her marriage she has been a success- 
ful homemaker. She did voluntary work at the Salt Lake County 
Hospital for nine years j and took care of her mother for a 
period of time, William Harold Carlson and Lota Margaret 
Llewellyn had the following child; 

1 Richard Llewellyn Carlson, bo 1 Sept, 1940, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 

CAROL JOYCE CARLSON, daughter of William Harold Carlson 
and Ethel Clarice Anderson, was born 23 Dec, 1933, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utahc She married 14 Oct c 1955, LYNN 
LAVERN BAXTER, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
Carol Joyce completed the Webster Elementary School, the 
Bryant Junior High School, and graduated in 1952 from the 
East High School, all of Salt Lake City, Utah„ She took a 
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Vocational bchoolo She worked at the L.DcS. Hospital while in 
the vocational school. Since her marriage in 1955 she has been 
a successful homemakero She has served as Historian in Primary, 
as a counselor for two years, and as President of Primary for 
one year. She has taught the Beehive group in Mutual, and 
served as Work Director of the Relief Society, She enjoys 
drawing, painting, water skiing, and camping, 

LYWN LAVERN BAXTER, son of Clain Brown Baxter and Irene 
Ruth Powell, was born 13 Sept, 1933, Pocatello, Bannock County, 
Idaho, He married 14 Oct. 1955, CAROL JOYCE CARLSON, at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Lynn LaVern completed his 
elementary schooling at Salt Lake City, attended the Bryant 
Junior High School, and graduated from the West High School in 
1952, From 1952 to 1955 he attended the University of Utah, 
From 1952 to 1957 he worked for the Newspaper Agency Corpora- 
tion, and became district manager in sales distribution. Since 
1957 he has been employed by the Eimco Corporation, which deals 
with the manufacturing of mining, filter, and sewage equipment. 
He also operates the Better Carpet Cleaning Service, He has 
served as a counselor in the Sunday School Superintendency , 
secretary and later as president of the Elders Quorum of his 
Ward, He served as an assistant Stake Clerk. Carol Joyce 
Carlson and Lynn LaVern Baxter had the following children: 

1, Sherri Lyn Baxter, b, 11 July 1958, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah, 

2, Lori Lee Baxter, b, 3 June 1960, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah, 

3, Carolyn Baxter (stillborn), b. 3 July 1963, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 

4, Terri Rae Baxter, b, 1 Dec, 1964, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah, 

5, Geri Lyn Baxter, b, 6 June 1967, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah, 

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CHARLES FRANCIS MARRION CARLSON, son of Charles Carlson, 
Jr. and Julia Marie Hauser, was born 15 June 1914, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah, He married 11 Mar, 1935, MILDRED 
JACKSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Charles 
attended the Webster, Sumner, and Forest Elementary Schools, 
the Irving Junior High School, and completed his sophomore 
year at West High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, In 1933 
to 1935 he worked in a bakery, then from 1935 to 1940 he 
drove a taxi cab in Salt Lake City, then drove a truck from 
1940 to 1942. He moved his family to San Jose, California, 
where he worked as a boiler maker, and returned to Salt Lake 
City, From 1946 to 1948 he drove a city bus in Salt Lake 
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more years Since 1951 ho has been employed as a repairman 
at the Kennecott Mill at Magna, Utah He served on the 
executive board of the Mine and Mill Labor Union = He is a 
Chaplin in the Paternal Order of Eagles = 

MILDRED JACKSCN . dau = of Joseph Henry Jackson and Alice 
Maud Boulter was born 17 Feb. 1917, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah; married 11 Mar. 1935, CHARLEb FRANCIS 
MARRION CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
Mildred attended elementary schools at Oakland, California; 
and in Salt Lake City, Utah She went to the South Junior 
High School , and graduated from the South High School in 
1934 o She was married in 1935 She has been an active home- 
maker, a free lance writer, and an artiste She has held 
state offices in the Faternal Order of Eagles. Charles 
Francis Marrion Carlson and Mildred Jackson had the follow- 
ing children. 

• lo Charles Kenneth Carlson bo 16 Febc 1937, Salt Lake 

City, Salt Lake County, Utah; mdo (1) 15 Sept o 1958, 
Annette Miller- md (2) 10 Apr. 1961, Marcia Kent Mann o 

• 2. Barbara Adair Carlson ^ b. 21 May 1939, Salt LalvC City, 

Salt Lake County, Utah; md 15 Augo 1958 ^ Donald 
Daniel Northrup^ 

• 3 Jerry Allan Carlson, b. 19 Mar„ 1944, Salt Lake City, 

Salt Lake County, Utah; md c 3 Sept, 1965, Cora Jeaneen 
Warner 
4<= Marian Lyn Carlson; b, 3 Septe 1953, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utaho 

CHARLES KENNETH CARLSON, son of Charles Francis Mar- 
rion Carlson and Mildred Jackson, was born 16 Feb, 1937, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He married (1) 15 
Sept 1958, ANNETTE MILLER, at Salt Lake City,, Salt Lake 
County, Utah; mdo (2) 10 Apr, 1961, MARCIA KENT MANN, at 
Washington, D.C. Charles Kenneth graduated from high school 
in Salt Lake City, Utah. He received a BoA. degree from 
George Washington University, and attended one year of law 
school at Georgetown University, He is employed as Assistant 
to the Director of Personnel, Southern Railway System in 
Washington DC His hobbies are music, art, reading, and 
fishings 

ANNETTE MILLER, daughter of Glenn Cl Miller and Ear- 
lene Giles, was born 8 July 1937, Thayne , Lincoln County, 
Wyoming She married 15 Sept 1958, CHARLES KENNETH CARLSON, 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah„ There were no 
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MARCIA KENT MANN, daughter of Geoffrey Noel Mann and 
June Maude Mathewes, was born 14 June 1940, Washington, D.C. 
She married 10 Apr. 1961, CHARLES KENNETH CARLSON, at Wash- 
ington, D.C. She obtained her elementary schooling at Silver 
Spring, Maryland, and at St. Petersburg, Florida. She completed 
her junior and senior high school at St o Petersburg. She attend- 
ed the George Washington University for three years o She was 
employed as an administrative aide in the UoS. Treasury Depart- 
ment at Washington, D.C. for three years, from 1963 to 1965„ 
She is an avid reader, enjoys painting and sketching, inter- 
national politics, drama, and music. Charles Kenneth Carlson 
and Marcia Kent Mann had the following child: (Div„ ) 

1, Richard Kent Carlson, bo 7 Febo 1962, Arlington, 
Arlington County, Virginia. 

BARBARA ADAIR CARLSON, dau. of Charles Francis Marrion 
Carlson and Mildred Jackson, was born 21 May 1939, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah. She married 15 Aug. 1958, DONALD 
DANIEL NORTHRUP, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
Barbara Adair attended the Blaine Elementary School, the Cent- 
ral Junior High School, and the Granite High School, graduating 
in 1957. She worked for the Sears Roebuck Company in Salt Lake 
City from 1957 to 1958 as a secretary; and similar employment 
at Commercial Credit Corporation from 1960 to 1962, Norbest 
Turkey Growers Association from 1962 to 1963, and the Walker 
Bank from 1963 to 1964. She enjoys camping and gardening. 

DONALD DANIEL NORTHRUP, son of Birt Withrow Northrup and 
Alwilde Elizabeth Arnesen, was born 10 May 1936, at Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He married 15 Aug„ 1958, BARBARA 
ADAIR CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
Donald Daniel attended the Washington Elementary School, the 
Horace Mann Junior High, and the West High School in Salt Lake 
City, graduating in 1955. He was employed by the Pioneer Fur- 
niture Company from 1955 to 1959. He served in the U.S. Army 
as a Specialist 4 from 1959 to 1960, most of the time in Ger- 
many. He was employed at Baccus, by Hercules Incorporated in 
1961 in operations in the Chemical Propulsion Division. He is 
interested in camping, photography, and sports. Barbara Adair 
Carlson and Donald Daniel Northrup had the following children; 

1. Daniel Birt Northrup, b. 30 June 1962, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. 

2. Steven Charles Northrup, b. 28 July 1964, Murray, Salt 
Lake County, Utah, 

3. Sherry Elizabeth Northrup, b. 27 Aug. 1965, Salt Lake 
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JERWY ALLAN CARLSGN , son of Charles Francis Marrion Carlson 
and Mildred Jackson was born 19 Mar 1944, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County Utah He married 3 Sept 1965, CORA JEANNEEN WARNER, 
at Salt Lake City Salt Lake County ^ Utahc Jerry Allan attended 
the Hill View Elementary School: the Central Junior High, and 
the Granite High School He spent six months in the Army Reserve 
in 1964; serving at Fort Ord , California, as a Specialist 4o In 
1963 he was employed by Kennecott Copper Corporation at the Bing- 
ham Copper Pit , where he drives a huge ore truck, 

CORA JEANNEEN WARNER, daughter of William Ray Warner and 
Coradell Anderson, was born 7 July 1947, at Tooele Tooele County, 
Utah: She married 3 Sept 1965, JERRY ALLAN CARLSON, at Salt Lake 
City Salt Lake County. Utahc Cora Jeanneen attended the Harris 
Elementary School at Tooele; the Roosevelt Junior High and East 
High School in Salt Lake City; She received some training as a 
beautician; and since her marriage has been a homemakero Jerry 
Allan Carlson and Cora Jeanneen Warner had the following children; 

1. Jerry Allan Carlson Jr,, b, 23 Maro 1966, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. 

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HOWARD BELDEN CARLSON, son of Charles Carlson ; Jr., and Julia 
Marie Hauser, was born 30 Septo 1917, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah. He married 26 Dec o 1940, ELVA ANGELL, at Salt Lake 
City Salt Lake County, Utah. Howard Belden attended the Columbus 
Elementary School, and the Irving and South Junior High Schools, 
He graduated from the Spanish Fork High School in 1934 » He attend- 
ed the Brighara Young University, Provo, Utah, for parts of three 
years i and went to the University of Utah for two quarterso He 
was employed for two years by Anderson's Jeweleryc From 1943-45 
he worked at the Remington Small Arms Plant, and from 1946-52 
he was employed by the Utah Oil Refining Company, all in Salt 
Lake City He operated a motel at St: George, Utah in 1955-56, 
In 1956 he moved his family to Turlock: California; where he was 
employed by a lumber fabricating plant. Since 1961 he has been 
employed in Real Estate Sales at Turlock, 

ELVA ANGELL, daughter of Charles Wilkinson Angell and Ellen 
Maud Rees , was born 28 May 1920 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah She married 26 Dec, 1940 HOWARD BELDEN CARLSCN , 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Elva attended a number 
of elementary schools and went to the South Junior High School, 
She graduated from the East High School in 1937^ She was employed 
at Remington Small Arms Plant in 1943= She was a newspaper report- 
er from 1946-49, and later worked for Singer Sewing Machine Com- 
pany, and Sears Roebuck Company, Since 1963 she has owned and 
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Belden Carlson and Elva Angell had the following children: 

* 1. Vaughn Belden Carlson, b,, 7 Nov„ 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 

County, Utah; md. 17 Nov. 1962, Joan Mae Yarbrougho 
2. Julia Marie Carlson, bo 9 July 1950, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 

County, Utaho 
So Joel Bryan Carlson, b. 21 Oct,, 1955, Las Vegas, Clark County, 

Nevada; d. 2 Nov. 1955; unmdo 
4o Cheri Ann Carlson, bo 17 Jan, 1961, Turlock, Stanislaus County, 

California . 

VAUGHN BELDEN CARLSON, son of Howard Belden Carlson and Elva 
Angell, was born 7 Nov, 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, 
He married 17 Nov, 1962, JOAN MAE YARBROUGH, at Modesto, Stanislaus 
County, California o Vaughn Belden attended his early schooling in Salt 
Lake City, and St o George, Utaho He completed the Junior High School 
at Las Vegas, Nevada; and graduated from the Turlock High School in 
Californiao He attended the Modesto Junior College from 1960-62, and 
worked part time for the NuLaid Feeds and Poultry Company, In 1962 
he went to work for the Douglas Oil Company, In 1964 he was employed 
by the Cuckless Steel Fabricating Company, where he is shop manager 
of prefabricated buildings, Vaughn Belden enjoys camping, archery, 
fishing, and dancing, 

JOAN MAE YARBROUGH, daughter of Claude Chessley Yarbrough and 
Ilda Mae Nalley, was born 17 Feb, 1943, at Exeter, Tulare County, Cali- 
fornia, She had one daughter when she married VAUGHN BELDEN CARLSON, 
on 17 Nov, 1962, at Modesto, Stanislaus County, California, Joan Mae 
completed her elementary school at Modesto, California, Her family 
then moved to Days Creek, Oregon, where she completed her Junior High 
School and one year of high school. She was employed for one year at 
Woolworths, and one year for a dry cleaning company » She married 
in 1962, then in 1963-65 she was a clerk at Tracys Produce Company. 
Joan enjoys music, sewing, needle work, camping, and collecting 
antique items, Vaughn Belden Carlson and Joan Mae Yarbrough had the 
following children; 

1, Terrie Denise Carlson, bo 7 Apro 1960, Roseburg, Douglas County, 
Oregon o 

2, Earl Lynn Carlson, b, 15 Aug, 1963, Modesto, Stanislaus County, 
California. 

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CHAPTER V 



LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON and 
LAWRENCE HENSON WEST family, 
and allied families 



LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON, daughter of Charles Carlson and Caroline 
Marie Haas, was born 6 Augc 1889, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. 
She married (1) 14 Dec. 1908 „ LAWIIENCE HENSON WEST, at Provo, Utah 
County. Utah; md , (2) 20 Sept, 1922, HARRY THOMAS JOHNSTON, at Farm- 
ingtoni Davis County^ Utah; md„ (3) 11 DeCo 1940, JOHN HENRY SORENSEN , 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County. Utah; md. (4) 24 July 1955, 
JAMES ELDON NELSON, at Elko, Elko County, Nevada » Lydia Caroline was 
reared on her father s farm at Pleasant Grove, Utah, where she did 
her share of the household and farm choreSo She attended school at 
American Fork and Pleasant Grove, completing the eighth grade » She 
was employed for thirty years as a spotter and finisher of clothes 
at the Crown and Regal Dry Cleaners in Salt Lake City, Utaho She has 
assisted in the Red Cross, Heart Fund, and other charitable drives. 
She is a stamp collector and enjoys embroideringo 

LAWRENCE HENSON WEST, son of George Daniel West and Cassa Ann 
Walker was born 4 Nov. 1886, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. He 
married (l) 14 Dec 1908, LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON, at Provo, Utah 
County, Utah; md, (2) 28 Dec. 1921, SARA ELLEN HATCH, at Grand 
Junction, Mesa County, Colorado^ He died 27 NoVo 1951, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; buried 1 Dec. 1951, at Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utaho Lawrence Henson or Lonnie as he was called throughout 
his life, started school in the Pioneer Memorial Building in Pleasant 
Grove He had a good singing voice, and often sang in public When 
fifteen years of age he walked and drove a herd of sheep to Nevada 
with a friend He worked part time herding sheep until his marriage, 
ile served in the army m World War I. He and his first wife had three 
children and later were divorced^ He later married Sara Ellen Hatch„ 
They lived at Hill Creek j Utah, where he worked at an oil well. In 
1922 they moved to Rainbow, Utah, where he worked at a gilsonite 
minec He became ill with multiple sclorosis and moved his family in 
1932 to Pleasant Grove, Utah. He gradually became paralized all over 
his body. He lived for twenty years with the disease, and died at 
the age of 65 in the Veterans Hospital at Salt Wke City, Utah. He 
had a good sense of humor and had many friends. Lydia Caroline 
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lo Cora West (stillborn), bo 1910, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utaho 

• 2o Therold Charles West, bo 13 Aug„ 1911, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 

Utah; married (1) 12 Jano 1935, Mary Helen Martinus (Kazarich); 
married (2) 8 May 1937, Helen Ilene Longo 

• 3» Dewey Lawrence West, bo 23 Augo 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 

Utah; mdo 23 Feb » 1941, Vivian Barbara Ribisi; do 21 July 1949„ 

• 4o George Elwood West, bo 7 July 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 

Utah; mdo 6 June 1939, Grace Janet Worthen ; do 28 May 1944 o 

HARRY THOMAS JOHNSTON, son of Reed Peck Johnston and Florinda 
Dunn, was born 11 Sept„ 1882, Oakley, Cassia County, Idaho; married 
(1) 20 Septo 1922, LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON, at Farmington, Davis County, 
Utah; mdo (2) 8 Octo 1938, Sara Forman o He died 24 July 1966, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah; buried 28 July 1966, Elysian Burial 
Gardens, Murray, Salt Lake County, Utaho Harry Thomas was a boilmaker 
by trade, and worked many years for the Union Pacific Railroad. From 
1933 to 1940 he was a supply sergeant for the Civil Conservation Corps 
in Salt Lake County o From 1940 to 1944 he was an inspector at the 
Reminington Small Arms Plant at Salt Lake City. There were not children 
from his marriage with Lydia Caroline Carlson. (Diy.) 

JOHN HENRY SORENSEN , son of Christian Peter Anton Sorensen and 
Martina Kristine Elizabeth Jensen, was born 17 June 1892, Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utaho He married (1) 17 June 1916, Luella 
Maxine Johnston; mdo (2) 11 Dec o 1940, LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON, at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utaho He died 10 Oct„ 1948, at Elko, Elko 
County, Nevada; buried 14 Octo 1948, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utaho John Henry attended the Washington Elementary School and the 
West High School in Salt Lake City, He worked as a machinist with his 
father for the Silver Brothers Steel Company for a number of years. 
He was then employed as a machinist for the Western Pacific Railroad 
for thirty years, most of this time was spent at Elko, Nevada. There 
were no children from his marriage with Lydia Caroline Carlsono 

JAMES ELDON NELSON, son of Hans Christian Nelson and Mary Annie 
Christopherson , was born 19 Nov. 1900, at Mercur, Tooele County, Utah. 
He went to school at Vernon and Lehi , Utah. He was employed as a 
miner and hoistman at the Apex Mine at Bingham, Utah, from 1924 to 
1929. He was employed in California for three years, then returned 
to Utah where he raised chickens for two yearSo In 1935 he worked 
on tunnel construction at Bingham, Utah, and in 1936 had similar 
employment on the Salt Lake Aqueduct at Draper, Utah, He then worked 
for a number of years at the Garfield Sraeltero From 1947 to 1966 
he was in the dry cleaning business in Salt Lake City. He married 
24 July 1955, LYDIA CAROLINE CARLSON, at Elko, Elko County, Nevada. 
They have resided in Salt Lake City since their marriage o There are 
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THEROLD CHARLES WEST, son of Lawrence Henson West and Lydia Carol- 
ine Carlson, was born 13 Aug, 1911, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utaho 
He married (1) 12 Jan, 1935, MARY HELEN MARTINUS (KAZARICH), at San 
Jose, Santa Clara County, California; md. (2) 8 May 1937, HELEN ILENE 
LONG, at Reno, Washoe County, Nevada c Therold Charles attended the 
elementary, junior high, and two years of senior high school at Plea- 
sant Grove, Utah, He worked from 1928 to 1930 in the gilsonite mines 
in eastern Utaho In 1930 he left to reside at San Jose, Californiao 
Here he has been employed as a baker, working for Stenpeles Bakery » 

MARY HELEN MARTINUS (KAZARICH), daughter of Martin Martinus and 
Rose Vadia, was born 5 Febc 1915, in Yugoslavia o She married 12 Jan. 
1935, THEROLD CHARLES WEST, at San Jose, Santa Clara County, Califor- 
nia, She died of child birth on 23 Apr^ 1936, at San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California; buried 27 Apro 1936, at Calvary Cemetery, San Jose, 
Santa Clara County, California, Therold Charles West and Mary Helen 
Martinus (Kazarich) had the following child; 

• 1. Ronald Charles West, bo 23 Apr, 1936, San Jose, Santa Clara County, 

California; mdo 5 Nov. 1955, Roxie May Wagner. 

HELEN ILENE LONG, daughter of Charles Samuel Long and Bertha Emily 
Panigot , was born 11 June 1913, at Watsonville, Santa Cruz County, 
California. She married 8 May 1937, THEROLD CHARLES WEST, at Reno, 
Washoe County, Nevada, Helen Ilene went to elementary school at Sunny- 
ville; and attended the Fremont High School until the middle of her 
senior year. She worked for a few years as a waitress in restaurants. 
In 1958 she was employed as a bookkeeper in a drug store » Therold 
Charles West and Helen Ilene Long had the following childs 

• 1, Therold Lee West, born 24 Aug, 1938, San Jose, Santa Clara 

County, California; md. 23 June 1961, Rosalind Jeanette Costa. 

RONALD CHARLES WEST, son of Therold Charles West and Mary Helen 
Martinus (Kazarich), was born 23 Apr, 1936, at San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California. He married 5 Nov. 1955, ROXIE MAY WAGKER, at 
Cupertino, Santa Clara County, California. Ronald Charles attended 
the Washington Elementary School, the Santa Clara Intermediate School, 
and three years at the Santa Clara High School, then graduated from 
the Campbell High School in 1954. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 
1956 and was aboard ship for two years. In 1956 he received a medi- 
cal discharge, and was in the veterans hospital at Livermore , Cali- 
fornia, for two years. From 1958 to 1960 he was a circulation mana- 
ger for the Mercury Newspaper in San Jose. Since 1960 he has been 
employed by the Los Gatos Times, where he is a type setter for the 
newspaper. He enjoys hunting and fishing. 

ROXIE MAY WAGNER, daughter of Walter Albert Wagner and Gladys 
May Duncan, was born 19 Feb » 1937, San Jose, Santa Clara County, 

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Californiao She married 5 Nov. 1955, RONALD CHARLES WEST, at Cupertino, 
Santa Clara County, Californiao Roxie May attended the Gardner Elemen- 
tary School, and two years at the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School 
in San Jose. She went to the Jefferson Union Junior High School for one 
year at Santa Clara, and completed two years at the Santa Clara High 
School. In 1954-55 she worked at a movie theater, and in 1956-57 she 
Mas employed at the Owens Illinois Closure Plant in San Jose. Since 
her marriage she has enjoyed homemaking. She sews and does handiwork. 
Ronald Charles West and Roxie May Wagner had the following children: 

1. Renee Carolyn West, b. 19 July 1958, San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California. 

2. Robin Cheryl West, b. 27 Feb. 1960, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz 
County, California. 

3. Rachelle Christine West, b. 27 Apr. 1967, Los Gatos, Santa 
Clara County, California. 

THEROLD LEE WEST, son of Therold Charles West and Helen Ilene 
Long, was born 24 Aug. 1938, San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. 
He married 23 June 1961, ROSALIND JEANETTE COSTA, at San Jose, Santa 
Clara County, California. Therold Lee attended the Santa Clara Ele- 
mentary School, the Santa Clara Junior High, and part of his senior 
year at the Campbell High School in 1956. He served as a paratrooper 
in the Army Airborne Services from 1956-59. He was employed part of 
the year in 1959 with the United States Forest Service. From 1960-62 
he worked for the Globe Union Company, a battery manufacturing plant. 
In 1962 he was employed as a postal clerk for the United States Post 
Office at San Jose. He enjoys outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, 
and hiking. 

ROSALIND JEANETTE COSTA, daughter of Abraham Fernandes Costa 
and Nancy Barros, was born 26 Feb. 1939, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. 
She married 23 June 1961, THEROLD LEE WEST, at San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California. Rosalind Jeanette attended the Pauoa Eleraenatary 
School, the sipvenson Junior High School, and the Roosevelt High 
School, all in Honolulu, Hawaii; then graduated from the Willow Glen 
High School at San Jose, California, in 1957. She worked as a tele- 
typist for the Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Company from 1957-62 
in San Jose. She enjoys needlework and constructing masaics. Therold 
Lee West and Rosalind Jeanette Costa had the following children: 

1. Lori Ann West, b. 21 Feb. 1962, San Jose, Santa Clara County, 
California. 

2. Kimberly Lyn West, b. 28 Oct. 1964, San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California. 

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DEWEY LAWRENCE WEST, son of Lawrence Henson West and Lydia Carol- 
ine Carlson, was born 23 Augo 1913, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, 
He married 23 Feb, 1941, VIVIAK BARBARA RIBISI , at San Jose, Santa 
Clara County, Calif ornia„ He died 21 July 1949, San Jose, Santa Clara 
County, California; buried 23 July 1949, Santa Clara, Santa Clara 
County, California„ Dewey Lawrence went to school at Pleasant Grove, 
and Salt Lake City, Utah, He moved to San Jose, California, in 1930. 
He was employed for a number of years in a bakery, and later as a 
shipping clerk for WoTo Grant Compnay, In 1942 he went to work for 
the San Jose Ice Company, and was employed for five years. In 1947 
he became owner of his own business known as the Cooperative Ice 
Company, and operated this business until his death in 1949, 



VIVIAN BARBARA RIBISI, daughter of Ciro Ribisi and Mary DiSalvo, 
was born 23 Jan, 1918, at San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. 
She married 23 Feb, 1941, DEWEY LAWRENCE WEST, at San Jose, Santa 
Clara County, California^ Vivian Barbara received all her education 
in San Jose, and graduated from the San Jose High School in 1935. 
She attended one year at the Healds Business College from 1935 to 
1936, She worked as a secretary for the Wo To Grant Company from 
1936 to 19405 and the Garden City Chevrolet Company from 1940-42, 
In 1949 she was employed by the Stephens Meat Products Company of 
San Jose, where sheis now employed as office manager. She enjoys 
golfing, Dewey Lawrence West and Vivian Barbara Ribisi had the 
following children: 



1, Marjorie Ellen West, b, 17 Dec, 1941, San Jose, Santa Clara 

. 11 Jan, 1946, San Jose, Santa Clara 



County, California. 
2, Kenneth Elwood West 
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GEORGE ELWOOD WEST, son of Lawrence Henson West and Lydia Carol- 
ine Carlson, was born 7 July 1915, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, 
He married 6 June 1939, GRACE JANET WORTIIEN, at Ogden, Weber County, 
Utah, George Elwood was reared in Pleasant Grove, Utah, and at Salt 
Lake City. He was employed by the Railway Express Company from 1937 to 
1942, He then joined the United States Air Force in July 1942, and 
fought in World War 11, He held the rank of first lieutenant. He 
flew many bombing missions over Germany, and was killed when his 
plane was shot down over Leipzig, Germany, on 28 May 1944, His body 
was returned to United States four years later, and burial was made 
at the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Utah, on 13 Nov, 
1948, 

GRACE JANET WORTHEN , daughter of George Scholes Worthen and 
Elizabeth Robertson Birrell, was born 8 Feb, 1911, at Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah, She married 6 June 1939, GEORGE 
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the Roosevelt and Lincoln Schools, and graduated from the Granite 
High School in 1930. She worked for seven years at the J.C. Penny 
Company Store in Salt Lake City, then for three years for the 
Seven-Up Bottling Company. While her husband was in World War II, 
during the years 1942-43, she was employed at the Remington Small 
Arms Plant. She has been employed as a sales clerk at J.C. Penny 
Company store since 1951. George Elwood West and Grace Janet 
Worthen had the following children; 

• 1. Carolyn Janet West, born 8 July 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake County, Utah; md. 7 Dec. 1960, Paul Michael Tschaggeny. 

• 2. Sandra Lee West, born 22 June 1944, Elko, Elko County, Nevada; 

md. 25 May 1963, David Higham Maxwell. 

CAROLYN JANET WEST, dau, of George Elwood West and Grace Janet 
Worthen, was born 8 July 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utah. She married 7 Dec. 1960, PAUL MICHAEL TSCHAGGENY, at Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Carolyn Janet attended the Hamilton 
and Lincoln Elementary Schools, the Granite Junior and Senior High 
Schools, graduating in 1959. She attend one year at the University 
of Utah. She worked from 1960-62 for the Newspaper Agency Corporation 
as an IBM key punch operator. She enjoys teaching Primary in the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

PAUL MICHAEL TSCHAGGENY, son of Karl Robert Tschaggeny and Dag- 
mar Segerstedt, was born 13 Oct. 1939, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah. He married 7 Dec. 1960, CAROLYN JANET WEST, at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Paul Michael attended the Lin- 
coln Elementary School, and the Granite Junior and Senior High 
Schools, graduating in 1959. He is employed us a welder at his 
father's business at the Metals Manufacturing Company of Salt Lake 
City. Carolyn Janet West and Paul Michael Tschaggeny had the follow- 
ing children: 

1. Camille Ann Tschaggeny, b. 5 Mar. 1962, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah. 

2. Paul Michael Tschaggeny, Jr., b. 9 Jan. 1964, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. 

3. George Elwood Tschaggeny, b. 30 Mar. 1966, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. 

SANDRA LEE WEST, daughter of George Elwood West and Grace Janet 
Worthen, was born 22 June 1944, Elko, Elko County, Nevada. She md. 
25 May 1963, DAVID HIGHAM MAXWELL, at Ely, Whitepine County, Nevada. 
Sandra Lee attended the Holladay Elementary School, and the Granite 
Junior and Senior High School, graduating in 1962. She was employed 
by the Genealogical Society of Utah in 1963, then worked in the 
cafeteria of the Federal Building. In 1966 she was employed by the 
O.C. Tanner Jewelery Company. She enjoys to swim, bowl, and sew. 

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DAVID HIGHAM MAXWELL, son of Morris Carlos Maxwell and Emma 
Elizabeth Higham, was born 29 May 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utaho He married 25 May 1963, SANDRA LEE WEST, at Ely, White- 
pine County V Nevada o David Higham attended the Holladay Elementary 
School, and the Olympus Junior and Senior High Schools, graduating 
in 1959o David served in the National Guard for six months at Fort 
Ord, California o He was recalled to serve one additional year in 
Texas in 1962o He was a Specialist 4 in the National Guardo He was 
employed for the J and N, and Reif Body Shops for a number of years, 
and currently has his own business known as the Maxwell Automobile 
Body Shop in Salt Lake City,, He enjoys the sports of bowling and 
skiingo Sandra Lee West and David Higham Maxwell had the following 
children! 

lo David West Maxwell, bo 29 Jano 1964, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake County, Utaho 
2o James Bryan Maxwell, bo 16 Octo 1965, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake County, Utaho 

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CHAPTER VI 



CORA MIRINDA CARLSON and 
IRVING BULLOCK family 



CORA MIRINDA CARLSON, daughter of Charles Carlson and Caroline 
Marie Haas, was born 3 May 1893, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. 
She married 23 Nov, 1910, IRVING BULLOCK, at Provo, Utah County, Utah, 
She received her schooling at American Fork, Utah, completing the 
eighth grade at a private school » She helped her father and mother 
on their farm in northwestern part of Pleasant Grove » She met Irving 
Bullock at a dance at American Fork in 1908o They courted for two 
years and were marrietl at Provo, Utaho She was converted a member 
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1916, She 
worked in Primary; and has been an active member of the Relief Soc- 
iety, serving as a visiting teacher and as a secretary., 

In 1918 her mother became ill with paralysis, and for three 
years she spent much time helping care for her. Her father came to 
live with her on various occasions after her mother died in 1922, 
In 1938 she and her husband took their first long vacation, and 
visited relatives in the Pacific northwest and in California. Her 
husband died in 1945, Following his death she went to work as a 
clerk for the Firmage Store in Provo until May 1946, At this time 
she went into the mercantile business with her son, Cecil, at 
Lindon, Utah. They operated this business until the spring of 1952, 
At this time she returned as a clerk at the Firmage Store, and 
retired in August 1963, Cora was usually the top salesman in the 
store when she was clerkingt She has enjoyed many summer vacations 
with her children touring various Western Stateso Her life has 
been devoted to her husband and family, her friends, and to the 
Churcho 

IRVING BULLOCK, son of William Alexander Bullock and Clara 
Ellen Marrott, was b, 13 Sept » 1891, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 
Utah; md, 23 Nov, 1910, CORA MIRINDA CARLSON, at Provo, Utah County, 
Utah; died 1 May 1945, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah; bur. 
5 May 1945, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, Irving attended 
school at Pleasant Grove, graduating from the eighth grade, and 
attended one year of high school. The summer months of his youth 
were spent on farm labor = When he was sixteen years old he worked 
at the Pleasant Grove brickyard; then for two years for the Utah 
Power and Light Company, At the age of seventeen he met Cora Mir- 
inda Carlson at a dance c Ele courted her for two years and were 
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several different companieSo He was employed at Provo on the sewage 
system, at a mill at Mercur, at a smelter in Stockton, and a sugar 
factory at Pleasant Grove. In 1915 he secured employment at the A.K. 
Thornton & Sons Lumber Company at Pleasant Grove o He was employed 
under this management until 1939, driving a delivery truck and later 
serving as yard foreman « This business was sold in 1939 when Irving 
purchased part ownership in ito The business was incorporated as the 
Pleasant Grove Lumber and Supply Company « He was a partner until 
his deathc 

Irving built two homes, the first one on the corner of Third 
South and First East, Pleasant Grove, where the first two children 
were born. In 1919 he sold this home and purchased 43^ acres on the 
south end of the cityo He raised apples and chickens a He always had 
a huge vegetable garden o He suddenly took ill in the spring of 1945, 
and died in Mayo He is remembered for his honesty and fairness in 
business, and his love and concern for the welfare of his family. 
Cora Mirinda Carlson and Irving Bullock had the following children: 

• 1. Cecil Irving Bullock, bo 19 Jan o 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md. 24 Sept o 1936, Hazel Elaine Johnson o 

• 2o (Dro) Kenneth Co Bullock, b. 8 Septo 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md. 8 Septo 1938, Annie Alena Gardiner. 

• 3. Glade C. Bullock, b. 1 Jan. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 

Utah; mdo 7 Aug. 1946, Hazel Geraldine Hardman. 

• 4o Therold C. Bullock, bo 6 Sept. 1925, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md. (l) 30 June 1942, Wanda Mae Miner; md. (2) 
26 Nov. 1953, Leah Frances Merkley, 

• 5. Betty Louise Bullock, b. 20 Oct. 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md. 4 Sept. 1945, Don James Finlayson. 

CECIL IRVING BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was born 19 Jan. 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, 
He married 24 Sept, 1936, HAZEL ELAINE JOHNSON, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. He received his elementary and secondary 
schooling at Pleasant Grove, graduating from high school in 1933. 
He attended the Brigham Young University, graduating with a B.S. 
degree in Accounting and Business Administration in 1937. He was 
a member of the Val Hyric social unit, and the Alpha Kappa Psi 
Commerce faternity. After graduation he was employed by S.H. Kress 
Company in San Francisco, California. Later he was transferred to 
Richmond and then to San Jose as an assistant manager. After five 
and one-half years he was employed with Montgomery Ward in Gilroy 
and then later at Palo Alto, California. He returned to Salt Lake 
City in 1944, and worked at the Tooele Ordinance Depot for one year. 
In 1945 he moved to Lindon , Utah, where went into partnership bus- 
iness in a store with his mother. They sold general merchandise, 
groceries, and feddSo They closed the business after six years of 
operation. He went to work for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company 
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Cecil has been active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter 
Day Saints. He has served as the superintendent of several Sunday 
Schools, in the Stake Sunday School Superintendency , President of 
the Elders Quorum, in the Seventies Presidency, in the Branch Pres- 
idency at Gilroy, California, in the Young Mens MIA Superintendency, 
Ward Clerk and in the Bishopric at Lindon, and has taught Sunday 
School for many years. 

HAZEL ELAINE JOHNSON, daughter of Charles Gustav Johnson and 
Edith Ash, was born 18 Oct. 1916, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. 
She married 24 Sept. 1936, CECIL IRVING BULLOCK, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. Hazel Elaine attended the graded school at 
Lindon, Utah, and the Junior High School and two years of high 
school at Pleasant Grove. The last two years of high school were 
completed at American Fork, where she graduated in 1935. She attended 
the Brigham Young University for one year while her husband was 
finishing his senior year at college. She has been active in the 
Church. She has had such positions as Sunday School and Primary 
Teacher for many years. She served on the Primary Stake Board, taught 
a gleaner class in the Young Womens Mutual for three years, and has 
served as a Sunday School secretary for many years. Cecil Irving 
Bullock and Hazel Elaine Johnson had the following children: 

• 1. (Dr.) Cecil Kent Bullock, b. 7 Nov. 1937, San Francisco, San 

Francisco County, Calif.; md, 10 June 1960, Doris Olive Crystal. 

• 2. Kathleen Bullock, b. 23 Jan. 1943, San Jose, Santa Clara County, 

California; md. 31 Aug. 1961, John Reed Larsen. 

3. David Charles Bullock, b. 26 Feb. 1945, Prove, Utah County, Utah. 

4. Gerald Irving Bullock, b. 26 July 1947, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

5. Peggy Elaine Bullock, b. 10 Sept. 1952, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

(DR.) CECIL KENT BULLOCK, son of Cecil Irving Bullock and Hazel 
Elaine Johnson, was b. 7 Nov. 1937, San Francisco, San Francisco 
County, California. He married 10 June 1960, DORIS OLIVE CRYSTAL, 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Cecil Kent attended schools 
in San Jose, Gilroy, and Palo Alto, California; and graduated as an 
honor student at the Pleasant Grove High School. He was recipient of 
the Junior Chamber of Commerce award for the senior boy holding the 
highest grude point average. He received a scholarship to the University 
of Utah. After the completion of his sophomore year he served six 
months military duty in the U.S. Army. He then filled a two year mission 
for the Church in the Northern States Mission. He resumed his studies 
at the University of Utah in electrical engineering. In 1961 he was 
activated in the U.S. Army during the Berlin Crisis, and spent ten 
months at Fort Lewis, Washington, as a clerk-typist in a reserve unit. 
In 1963 he graduated with honors with a B.S. degree from the Univet'Sity 
of Utah. He completed his requirements for a Ph.D. degree in electrical 
engineering at the University of Utah during the fall of 1967. He 
received both teaching and research fellowships in the field of micro- 
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L.D.S. Institute of Relgion at the University of Utah, He has held 
the following Church positions, serving as a Missionary, Counselor 
and President of an Elders Quorum, Ward Clerk, Home Teacher, and 
a Sunday School Teacher <, 

DORIS OLIVE CRYSTAL, daughter of Reed William Crystal and 
Elizabeth Christensen, was born 9 June 1937, Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utaho She married 10 June 1960, (DRo ) CECIL KENT BULLOCK, 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utaho Doris Olive attended 
the schools of Pleasant Grove, Utah. In high school she was active 
in the band and musical productionso She graduated with honors from 
the Pleasant Grove High School in 1955, and also served as a 
delegate to Utah Girls State. She received a scholarship to the 
Brigham Young University, and graduated with a BoA. degree in Elemen- 
tary Education in 1959o She taught the second grade in Pleasant Grove 
and Salt Lake City, Utah, for five and one-half yearso Her Church 
activities include teaching Primary, Sunday School, Mutual, and Relief 
Society, She served as a Counselor and President in the Young Womens 
Mutual and Relief Society » She has been active in music, playing the 
organ and piano, and singing in the choir o She graduated from the 
High School Seminary Program, and participated in the Hill Cumorah 
Pageant in Palmyra, New York, She presently is teaching piano and 
serving as a tour guide in the Brigham Young Beehive House. She is 
a member of the Alpha Delta Kappa honorary teachers sorority. She is 
interested in music, homemaking, teaching, sewing, needlepoint, 
hiking, antiques, and African Violets. Cecil Kent Bullock and 
Doris Olive Crystal had the following children: 

lo Michael Kent Bullock, b. 30 Nov. 1964, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah. 

KATHLEEN BULLOCK, daughter of Cecil Irving Bullock and Hazel Elaine 
Johnson, was born 23 Jan. 1943, San Jose, Santa Clara County, Calif- 
ornia. She married 31 Aug. 1961, JOHN REED LARSEN , JR., at Elko, 
Elko County, Nevada. Kathleen received her elementary education at 
Lindon, Utah 5 attended the Irving Junior High School and the Olympus 
High School in Salt Lake City. She graduated in May 1961. She grad- 
uated from Seminary in 1960. In high school she was a member of the 
pep club for two years. She has served as Primary organist in Ogden. 

JOHN REED LARSEN, JR., son of John Reed Larsen and Mary Beatrice 
Harrison, was bo 19 Oct. 1942, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
He married 31 Augo 1961, KATHLEEN BULLOCK, at Elko, Elko County, Nevada. 
He received his elementary education at Moab , Utah; and attend the 
Olympus Junior and Senior High Schools, graduating in May 1961. He 
served in the U.S. Army Reserve for six months of active duty. He 
is employed as a manager of a sporting goods store at Pocatello, Idaho. 
Kathleen Bullock and John Reed Larsen, Jr. had the following children: 

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lo Jay Reed Larsen, b, 11 DeCo 1964, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 

County. Utaho 
2o Rod Heath Larsen, bo 27 June 1967, Pocatello, Bannock County, 

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(DK.) KENNETH C. BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson,, was born 8 Sept, 1918, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, He 
married 8 Sept c 1938, ANNIE ALENA GARDINER, at Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah. Kenneth C. attended the Pleasant Grove Elementary 
School, the Pleasant Grove Junior and Senior High Schools, graduating 
in May 1936, Khen in the ninth grade he was President of the Junior 
High School, and when a senior he was President of the Future Farmers 
Club. He was active on the high school basketball team, playing guardo 
He attended the Brigham Young University from 1936-40, graduating with 
honors in the field of geologyo In the fall of 1940 he received a 
graduate scholarship at Brigham Young University and completed his 
M.A. degree in geology in 1942. During the academic years 1942-43 and 
again in 1948-49 lie attended the University of Wisconsin, and was 
granted University Fellowships each year. He graduated with a Doctor 
of Philosophy degree, PhoD, , in geology in June 1949, Dr » Bullock has 
been associated witli the field of education most of his life. He served 
as an instructor of geology at Brigham Young University from 1943-48; 
assistant professor from 1948-52; associate professor from 1952-57; 
and has been a professor since 1957 , He was appointed Chairman of the 
Department of Geology in June 1956, and served until June 1962= He is 
affiliated with numerous scientific societies; including a Fellow in 
the Geological Society of America, and a member of the Mineralogical 
Society of America; the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, 
and Petroleum Engineers; Sigma Si; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; National 
Association of Geological Teachers; Utah Academy of Arts, Science, 
and Letters; and the Utah Geological and Mineralogical Society « He is 
listed in Whos Who in America; Whos Who in the West; and the American 
Men of Science. 

He served in the United States Naval Reserve during World War 11. 
He entered the military service on 9 Aug, 1944, and went to the Great 
Lakes Naval Training Station for a few months. He then entered the 
Midshipman Officer Training School at Northwestern University, Chicago, 
Illinois, in Jan. 1945. He was commissioned an Ensign on 24 May 1945. 
Further training was received at the Photographic Interpretation 
School at Washington, D.C. , for four months, until V-J Day. The re- 
maining eight months in the military service were spent as Education 
Officer at the Naval Air Station at Memphis, Tennessee. He was released 
from the service on 15 May 1946, 

Dr. Bullock has been active as a member of the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter Day Saints. He has served in the Superintendency of 
the Young Mens MIA in both Ward and Stake organizations; served as 
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Ward and Stake levels; teacher of Sunday School and Priesthood Quorums; 
Bishop of the Provo Ninth Ward; twice on the High Council of the East 
Prove Stake; and a Counselor in the East Provo Stake Presidency. He has 
been actively engaged in genealogical research work for over twenty 
seven years. This publication is the fourth genealogical book that he 
has published on his family lines. He has written numerous articles 
and books in the field of geology. He was employed for several summers 
by the United States Steel Corporation studying the iron ores in the 
Western United States. During the years 1953-54 and 1960 he was employed 
by the steel corporation as a geological engineer and research geol- 
ogist respectively. He assisted in location and development of several 
large ore deposits. 

ANNIE ALENA GARDINER, daughter of Heber Gardiner and Catherine 
Eva Walker, was born 10 Dec. 1918, Lehi , Utah County, Utah. She married 
8 Sept. 1938, (DR.) KENNETH C. BULLOCK, in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Annie Alena was born in Lehi, Utah, 
while her father was serving in the army in France, during World War I. 
Her father returned in June 1919, and they moved to Pleasant Grove. 
In 1922 they moved to Magna, Utah, where she attended the Hawthorne 
School. Before that school year ended the family returned to Pleasant 
Grove. She completed the elementary school, junior high, and senior 
high schools at Pleasant Grove, graduating in 1936. She was always 
interested in her studies, and especially in speech and music. She 
took part in all activities in operettas, plays, cantatas, etc. pre- 
sented by the school, often holding the leading lady roles. In 1935 
she received a silver medal or award for interpretive reading. She 
was a soprano in a high school trio for two years. When a senior in 
high school she was chosen "campus sweetheart", and Kenneth C. Bullock, 
whom she later married, was elected "campus Romeo". After graduation 
she spent one year in Salt Lake City attending the Utah School of 
Beauty Culture, where she served as class president. She also attended 
the Excelcis School of Beauty Culture. She graduated and passed the 
Utah State Beauticians examination in November 1937. She opened a 
Beauty Shoppe at the north end of Main Street in Pleasant Grove, and 
operated this business for one year after her marriage. 

Annie Alena has always been active in the Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter Day Saints. Some of her religious activities include: 
Junior Sunday School teacher and organist; teacher of the Junior and 
Beehive classes in the Young Womens MIA; Ward Organist; President 
of the Primary on two different occasions, and has held every posi- 
tion in the Primary ogranization during twenty-three years of ser- 
vice, except Secretary. She served for one year as a Counselor in 
the Relief Society; and currently the President of the Relief Soc- 
iety in the Provo Ninth Ward. In 1952 she and her husband built a 
new brick home in Provo. She won an electric stove in a contest 
sponsored by the Intermountain Electrical Association. The topic 
was on 'Why I would like to cook on an electric stove'. She won over 
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dollars. She is talented in composing verse, and is often called upon 
by friends and relatives for compositions of various sorts. She has 
composed verse and music for roadshows, and various Ward functions. 
She has a good singing voice; plays the piano 'by ear", only needing 
to hear a musical number then play it on the piano. She has been an 
active member of the Brigham Young University Womens Club since 1946. 
She also has served as secretary and program chairman of the Provo 
Womens Council. She has devoted her life to successful homeiiiaking , 
and service to her Church, Kenneth C. Bullock and Annie Aiena Gardiner, 
had the following children: 

♦ 1, Kenneth G. Bullock, 25 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah County, 

Utah; md, 14 Sept. 1962, Carolyn Eames. 

* 2. Virginia Bullock, b, 5 Mar. 1944, American Fork, Utah County, 

Utah; md . 11 Nov. 1961, John Sherman Webb. 

3. Mary Anne Bullock, b. 17 Apr, 1950, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

4. Sherilyn Bullock, b. 3 Nov. 1958, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

KENNETH G. BULLOCK, son of Kenneth C. Bullock and Annie Alena 
Gardiner, was born 25 Dec. 1941, American Fork, Utah County, Utah. 
He married 14 Sept. 1962, CAROLYN EAMES, at Logan, Cache County, Utah. 
Kenneth G. attended the Brighan- Young University Elementary School, 
Provo, Utah, and the Middleton Elementary School at Middleton, Wise. 
He completed his junior and senior high school training at the 
Brigham Young University High School. In high school ho was interested 
in music and art. He won the Art Purchase Award his senior year. He 
also played the trumpet in the high school band and dance band. He 
spent six months at Fort Ord following high school graduation in 1959. 
Later he played witli the 96th Infantry Division Army Band at Fort 
Douglas, Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended the Brigham Younjj Univer- 
sity from 1959 to 1963, graduating in the Summer of 1063. He has 
taught school for two years at the Whitesides Elementary School at 
Layton, Utah; and has taught at the Meadowbrook Elementary School 
at Bountiful, Utah, since 1965. He has attended the graduate schools 
at Brigham Young University and the University of Utah during the 
Summer months, and has nearly completed his masters degree. He is 
employed part time as a bank teller for the South Davis First Nation- 
al Bank, at Bountiful. Kenneth has served as the Young Mens MIA 
chorister, and as a home teacher and counselor in the Sunday School 
Suporintendency He enjoys photograpliy , gardening, and skiing. 

CAROLYN EAMES, daughter of David Ivo Ean,es and Sarah Estella 
Richardson, was born 3 Apr. 1941, Provo, Utah County, Utah. She 
married 14 Sept 1962, KENNETH G. BULLOCK, at Logan, Cache County, 
Utah. Carolyn's first school experience was obtained at Utah State 
University where she attended Nursery School. Her parents later 
moved to Salt Lake City where she finished her elementary education. 
They then moved to Bountiful, Utah, where she graduated from high 
school in 1959. Carolyn attended the Brigham Young University for 
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during a botany class, and later married. She attended the University 
of Utah for one year during 1961-62s and at the same time worked part 
time at the Genalogical Society. She also worked for Brigham Young Univ- 
ersity Evening School. She has served as a Primary Teacher, Chorister, 
Sunday School Teacher » Relief Society Visiting Teacher, and a Teacher 
in the Young Womens MIAc She enjoys water skiing, sewing, art and 
swimming Kenneth Go Bullock and Carolyn Eames had the following 
children ; 

Ic Cindy Bullock, b 3 May 1965, Bountiful, Davis County, Utaho 

VIRGINIA BULLOCK, daughter of Kenneth Co Bullock and Annie Alena 
Gardiner; was born 5 Mar. 1944, American Fork, Utah County, Utah. 
Siie married 11 Nov. 1961, JOHN SHEliM/\N WEBB, at Provo , Utah County, 
Utah She received her elementary and junior high school training at 
the Brigham Young University laboratory schools. She attend the Provo 
High School. She graduated from the Provo Seminary in May 1961, She 
worked as an apprentice beauty operator for two years, then attended 
a brush-up course at Mary's Career College. She passed the Utah State 
Beautician Examination in 1964c She has worked part time at various 
beauty shops in Provo. She has uorked as a teacher in Primary and 
Junior Sunday School, and was a dance director in the Young Womens 
MIA. She is a successful homemaker. 

JOHN SHERMAN WEBB, son of Clyde Webb and Ilene Morrison, was 
born 15 Jan 1944= Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. He married 11 Nov, 
1961, VIRGINIA BULLOCK, at Provo, Utah County, Utah. He attended the 
Grandview Elementary School; and the Dixon Junior High School, except 
for the eighth grade which was attended at Kuna Junior High School 
in Idaho. He went to the Brigham Young University High School, grad- 
uating in 1962c He attended the Brigham Young University for two 
years He has been employed as a checker and assistant manager of the 
O.P. Skaggs Foodliner; a route man for Birrell Bottling Company and 
Famlee Bread Company. He worked for one and one-half years for the 
Provo Police Depaitnient , part of the time with the canine corps. He 
is employed as an insurance salesman for New York Life Insurance 
Company. Virginia Bullock and John Sherman Webb had the following 
children s 

1. Terri Webb, b. 28 June 1962, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

2. John Kenneth Webb, b. 3 Dec. 1964, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

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GLADE C. BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda Carl- 
son, was born 1 Jan. 1922, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. He 
married 7 Aug. 1946, HAZEL GERALDINE HARDMAN , at Pleasant Grove, 
Utah County, Utah. Glade received his elementary, junior high, and 
senior high school training at Pleasant Grove, graduating in 1940. 
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he enlisted in the United States Army. He went to Fort Warren in 
Wyoming for basic training, and later to stations in Pennsylvania 
and Hew Jersey. He spent nearly two years overseas in Africa and 
Italy, during World War Ilo He belonged to the 755 Tank Battalion 
in the 3rd Army. He fought in the invasion of Italy, and served 
for nine months with the French Moroccan Division. He received the 
following metals for his military service, the Purple Heart, the 
Bronze Star, Dominican Star, a French metal, and four arrowheads 
for four major battles. He contacted malaria while in Italy, and 
had his hand crushed from the recoil of his gun in a tank» Be sae 
released from military service in Sept o 1945. For a year he 
raised chickens and helped in a family store at Lindon. In 1946 
he was employed as an overhead crane operator at Geneva Works, 
where he has been employed to the present. He enjoys fishing, 
hunting, and boating. 

HAZEL G£RALDIN£ HARDMAN , daughter of James Edward Hardman 
and Stella Geneva Sundberg, was born 24 May 1924, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah County, Utah. She married 7 Aug, 1946, GLADE G. BULLOCK, 
at Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. Hazel Geraldine attended 
the elementary, junior high school, and senior high school at 
Pleasant Grove, graduating in 1942. She was employed for five 
years at the Geneva Works as a secretary. Since 1947 she has 
been employed part time in the Utah County Clerks Office. She 
has taught classes in Primary, Sunday School, and Mutual. She 
was chorister in the I^rimary , Sunday School, and in the Ward 
and Stake Relief Societies. She enjoys sewing and gardening. 
She sang with her mother and sister for many years for funerals 
and church functions. Glade C, Bullock and Hazel Geraldine 
Hardman had the following children: 

• 1. Shirley Coleen Bullock, b. 21 Dec. 1943, Provo, Utah County, 
Utah^ rad. 9 Nov. 1962, J&Bo Lowell Austin. 
2. Jay LaMarr Bullock, b. 11 May 1947, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 
3c Richard Glade Bullock, b, 20 Feb, 1953, Ogden , Weber County, 
Utaho 

SHIRLEY COLLEEN BULLOCK, daughter of Glade C. ^llock and 
Hazel Geraldine Hardman, was born 21 Dec. 1943, Provo, Utah 
County, Utah.Sbe aarried 9 Nov. 1962, JOHN LOWELL AUSTIN, Mantis 
Sanpete County ^ Utah; Shirley Colleen attended the elementary, 
junior high school, and senior high school at Pleasant Grove, 
Utah, graduating in 1962, She has been employed as a waitress 
at the Hi -Spot Cafe, and as a cook at the Alpine Country Club. 
She has taught Primary in Alpine . 

JOHN LOWELL AUSTIN, son of Frank Carlisle Austin and Louise 
Hamnet, was born 27 Sept. 1942, at American Fork, Utah County, 
Utah. He married 9 Nov, 1962, SHIBLEY COLLEEN BULLOCK, at Manti , 



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Sanpete County, Utah John Lowell attended the public schools at 
American Fork Utah graduating in 1960. He has been employed for 
two years for the State Road Commission at Lehi . Utahc He worked 
for Meadow Gold Milk Company at Orem for one year; and one year 
at Salt Lake City. He is presently employed by the Utah County 
Road Commission, and operates a bulldozer and other heavy equipment, 
Shirley Colleen Bullock and John Lowell Austin had the following 
children ; 

1, Shirell Austin, b. 11 Aug 1963 American Fork; Utah County, 

Utah< 
2c John Lowell Austin, Jr.. b= 23 May 1965, American Fork, Utah 



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THEROLD C, BULLOCK, son of Irving Bullock and Cora Mirinda 
Carlson, was b- 6 Sept 1925 Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, 
He md- (1) 30 June 1942, H'ANDA MAE MINER, at Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utah; md . (2) 26 Nov 1953 LEAH FRANCES MERKLEY, at Poc- 
atello Bannock County Utah- Therold C attended school at Pleas- 
ant Grove, completing elementary, junior high school, and his 
junior year of high school He worked for a time at the Wasatch 
Service Station in Pleasant Grove, then for Levens Mens Store in 
Provo= He served for two and one-half years in World War 11, as 
a storekeeper in San Francisco with the U.S„ Navy. After return- 
ing from the service he worked for the Block Shoe Store in Poc- 
atello and Blackf oot , Idaho. For a number of years he had a farm 
and a collecting agency at Blackf oot ^ and presently is working in 
a furniture store in Twin Falls Idaho 

WANDA MAE MINER, daughter of Arden Franklin Miner and Edna 
Mac York, was born 8 Apr- 1926 Orem. Utah County, Utahc She mdo 
(1) 30 June 1942 ^ THEROLD C. BULLOCK- at Pleasant Grove, Utah 
County, Utah; md . (2) Stanford C. Gilbert, Therold C= Bullock 
and Wanda Mae Miner had the following children^ (DiVo) 

• 1. Anita Mae Bullock, b 31 Jan, 1943, Orem, Utah County, Utah; 

md- 24 June 1961 Dennis Paul Walkero 
2o Arden Brett Bullock b 30 Dec, 1949, Provo, Utah County, 

Utah; md. 7 Apr 1967. Yvonne Wanda Christenseno 
3 Miclial T. Bullock, b, 12 June 1951, Provo, Utah County, Utah, 

LEAH FRANCES MERKLEY, daughter of Ray Edgar Merkley and 
Frances Estella Peterson, was born 13 Mar. 1918, Wapello,, Bingham 
County, Idaho She married 26 Nov. 1953, THEROLD C. BULLOCK, at 
Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho, There were no children to this 
marriage . (Div = ) 



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ANITA MAE BULLOCK, daughter of Therold Co Bullock and Wanda Mae 
Miner, was b. 31 Jan. 1943, Orem, Utah County, Utah« She married 
24 June 1961, DENNIS PAUL WALKER, at Whittier, Los Angeles County, 
California o He was born 15 Sept. 1942, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, 
California; son of Horace Elton Walker and Derama Leake Anita Mae 
Bullock and Dennis Paul Walker had the following children: 

1, Dennis Paul Walker, Jr., bo 16 June 1964, Whittier, Los Angeles 
County, California. 

ARDEN BRETT BULLCX^C, son of Therold C. Bullock and Wanda Mae 
Miner, was b. 30 Dec. 1949, Provo, Utah, County, Utah. He married 
7 Apro 1967, VYONNE WANDA CHRISTENSEN , at Riverside, Bingham County, 
Idahoo She was bo 6 NoVo 1949, Pocatello, Bannock County, Idaho; 
daughter of Kenneth Clarence Christensen and Wanda Anna Hill. 

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BETTY LOUISE BULLOCK, daughter of Irving Bullock and Cora Mir- 
inda Carlson, was born 20 Octo 1927, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 
Utah. She married 4 Sept. 1945, DON JAMES FINLAYSON , at Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Betty Louise received her elementary, 
junior high and senior high school education at Pleasant Grove. She 
graduated from Seminary and high school in May 1945. At an early 
age she learned to work, picking raspberries, cherries, and green 
beans. She worked as an usher in the Pleasant Grove Theater from 
1940 to 1942, and as a clerk at J.C. Penny Company in American Fork 
from 1942 to 1945. After her marriage she worked as a bookkeeper 
for Dixon Taylor Russells in Provo. She has actively served in the 
Church. Some of her positions are Sunday School Teacher and Coordin- 
ator; Primary President; Young Womens MlA Counselor and Teacher; 
and in the Relief Society she was Visiting Teacher Message Leader, 
a visiting teacher, and presently a Counselor in the Relief Society 
Presidency. She enjoys keeping a book of rememberance for each of 
her children, and helping with the genealogy on her husband's 
ancestry. She has been active in the Parent. Teachers Association, 
and the 4-H Program. 

DON JAMES FINLAYSON, son of Fred Lloyd Finlayson and Aimie 
Richards Taylor, was born 29 Sept. 1923, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 
He married 4 Sept. 1945, BETTY LOUISE BULLOCK, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah. Don James went to the Lakeview and Timpan- 
ogos Elementary Schools, the Dixon Jupior High, and the Provo High 
School, graduating in 1942. From 1942-44 he worked on construction 
at the Geneva Steel Works, and as a distributor for the Shell Oil 
Compnay for one year. In 1945-46 he worked in the physical testing 
laboratories at the Geneva Steel Works; and for three years for 
the Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Compnay. In 1949 he worked in 
construction with the Davis Construction Company, and stayed with 
this firm for seven years. Since 1956 he has been self-employed 

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as a building contractor« He has served in the Presidency of Elder's 
Quorums on two occasions. Deacons adviser, Ward Teaching Supervisor, 
on the Boy Scout Committee, and the Ward Correlation Committee. He 
belongs to the Edgemont Lions Clubo He enjoys camping and deer hunt- 
ing. Betty Louise Bullock and Don James Finlayson had the following 
children : 

lo Don Craig Finlayson, b. 28 Mar. 1947, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

2. Wayne B. Finlayson, b. 9 Mar. 1949, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

3, Karen Finlayson, b. 25 Jan. 1952, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

4, Kaye Finlayson, b. 15 Dec, 1953, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 

5. Janet Finlayson, b. 10 Dec. 1955, Provo, Utah County, Utah. 



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CHAPTER VII 



DUANE O'DELL CARLSON and 
FLORENCE GRACE DOIVNS family 



DUANE O'DELL CARLSON, son of Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie 
Haas, was bo 1 Jano 1896 , Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utaho He mdo 
30 Oct. 1917, FLORENCE GRACE DOWNS, at Farmington, Davis County, Utah. 
Duane completed the eighth grade of school at American Fork, Utah. 
In his youth he helped on his father's farm. He married in 1917, and 
purchased twenty acres of farmland, and also worked at the Utah-Idaho 
Sugar Factory for four years,, In 1925 he went to work at the Republic 
Creosote Plant at Provo, where he was employed for twelve years. In 
1937 he sold his farm and moved to Pasco, Washington. He purchased 
a farm, and operated it until 1945. He raised onions, lettuce, and 
cantelopeso From 1945 to 1949 he managed the State Liquor Store at 
Pasco. From 1949 to 1951 he worked for the Franklin County Irrigation 
District, then was employed for two years with the Columbia Grain 
and Feed Company. In 1951 he returned to his job with the irrigation 
company and retired in 1960. 

FLORENCE GRACE DOWNS, daughter of Henry Downs and Mary Jane 
Talmage, was born 25 Jan. 1894, at Orem, Utah County, Utah. Florence 
Grace was reared on a farm in Orem. She attended the Spencer and 
Sharon Schools, graduating from the eighth grade. She worked on her 
fathers farm in her early youth, and also worked in three different 
homes doing housework. She worked for two years at the State Hospital 
in Provo. In 1917 she married, and is the mother of four children. 
She has devoted her life to her family, and assisted on the farm 
picking berries and other produce. Duane O'Dell Carlson and 
Florence Grace Downs had the following children; 

* 1. Bryce Duane Carlson, b. 26 Jan, 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah 

County, Utah; md, 25 Aug. 1940, Beulah Elizabeth Booth. 

• 2. Keith Henry Carlson, b, 6 Oct. 1920, Orem, Utah County, Utah; 

md, (1) 11 Jan. 1941, Billie Beth Thrope ; md . (2) 12 Nov, 1960, 
Geneva Phyllis Sargent. 

♦ 3. Kenley O'Dell Carlson, b. 3 June 1930, Lehi , Utah County, Utah; 

md. 8 Septo 1956, Delores Marie Newman. 

• 4. Maxine Dawn Carlson, b. 12 June 1934, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 

Utah; rod. 30 June 1952, David Harper Bragg. 



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BRYCE DUANE CARLSON, son of Duane O'Dell Carlson and Florence 
Grace Downs, was born 26 Jan 1919, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, 
He married 25 Aug. 1940, BEULAH ELIZABETH BOOTH, at Pasco, Franklin 
County, Washington Bryce was reared at Pleasant Grove, Utah, where 
he attended the local schools, completing his junior year of high 
school. His family moved to Pasco, Washington, where he worked on his 
father's farm. He married in 1940, and worked for a year on a chicken 
ranch at Yakimac In 1942 he went to work for the Northern Pacific 
Railroad, where he has been employed as a brakeman and switchman » His 
hobbies are photography and fishing. 

BEULAH ELIZABETH BOOTH, daughter of Ernest Aaron Booth and Kat- 
herine Maria O'Neil, was born 5 Jan 1924, Tacoma, Pierce County, 
Washington, bhe married 25 Aug. 1940, BRYCE DUANE CARLSON, at Pasco, 
Franklin County, Washington o Beulah attended ten years of school at 
Pasco Upon the completion of her sophomore year she was married. 
She is the mother of three children: and has devoted her life to 
her family. She enjoys sewing, cooking, and fishing. Bryce Duane 
Carlson and Beulah Elizabeth Booth had the following children: 

• 1, Byron Bryce Carlson b. 4 May 1941. Yakima. Yakima County, 

Washington; md , 16 Dec. 1966, Carrie Marie King. 

• 2. Gerald Arlan Carlson, b. 1 June 1943, Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washington; md , 10 Feb, 1966, Miclielle Jean Hone, 

• 3, Sandra Kay Carlson, b. 9 July 1944. Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washington; md , 3C July 1960, Early Frank Votaw. 

BYRON BRYCE CARLSON son of Bryce Duane Carlson and Beulah Eliz- 
abeth Booth, was Lorn 4 May 1941, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington » 
He married 16 Dec 1966, CARRIE MARIE KING, at Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington c He completed his elementary training at the Longfellow, 
Whittier. and Captain Grey schools at Pasco; and attended the junior 
and senior high schools at Pasco, graduating in 1959. He attended the 
Columbia Basin Junior College for one and one-half years. He served 
in the United States Marine Corps from 1964 to 1966. He attended the 
Communications Electronic School at San Diego, Calif., in 1964; and 
the nucleular Biological and Chemical Warfare School at Camp Pendelton, 
California m 1965. He was an instructor in an orientation course in 
1966 at San Diego He is interested in archery, art, tropical fish, 
fishing, and water skiing He is employed as a clerk for the Northern 
Pacific Railroad at Pasco, Washington. 

CARRIE MARIE KING, daughter of Melvin Darwin King and Carrie Helen 
Smith, was born 26 Sept 1944, Mount Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois. 
She married 16 Dec. 1966, BYRON BRYCE CARLSON, at Pasco, Franklin 
County, Washington Carrie Marie attended the Mount Vernon, Illinois, 
and Grand Rapids Michigan, elementary schools. She attended the East 
Detroit, Michigan, and Bellevelle, Illinois Junior High Schools. She 
attended one year of high school at Oakmont , Pennsylvania, and completed 

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her high school training at Pasco, Washington, in 1962. She attended 
the Columbia Basin Junior College, where she took courses in home 
making and business. She is interested in bowling, dancing, tropical 
fish, ice and roller skating, singing, art, and studies all types of 
religions, Carrie Marie King had one child when she married Byron 
Bryce Carlson ; 

1. Carrie Ann Carlson, b. 13 Mar. 1961, Kennewick, Benton 
County, Washington. 

GERALD ARLAN CARLSON, son of Bryce Duane Carlson and Beulah 
Elizabeth Booth, was born 1 June_L943j Pasco, Franklin County, Wash- 
ington. He married 10 Feb, 1966, MICHELLE JEAN HOWE, at Pasco, Frank- 
lin County, Washington. Gerald Arlan attended schools at Pasco, 
graduating from high School in 1962. He attended the Columbia Basin 
Junior College. He served in the United States Navy. He is employed 
at a paper pulp plant at Covina, California. His hobbies are guns, 
and skin diving. 

MICHELLE JEAN HOWE, daughter of Sherman L. Howe and Odette Morin, 
was born 10 Nov. 1947, at Casablanca, French Morocco, Africa. She 
married 10 Feb. 1966, GERALD ARLAN CARLSON, at Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington, She attended three years of elementary school at Caasblanca, 
and three years at Kennewick, Washington. She attended the Kennewick 
Junior High School, Michelle Jean Howe had one child when she married 
Gerald Arlan Carlson, by a former marriages 

1. Tania Jean Goodman, b, 10 Jan. 1966, Kennewick; Benton County, 
Washington; died 16 Mar. 1966; unmd . 

SANDRA KAY CARLSON, daughter of Bryce Duane Carlson and Beulah 
Elizabeth Booth, was born 9 July 1944, Pasco, Franklin County, Wash- 
ington. She married 30 July 1960, EARLY FRANK VOTAW, at Pasco, Frank- 
lin County, Washington, Sandra Kay attended the Captain Grey Elemen- 
tary School, the McLoughlin Junior High, and the Pasco High Schools, 
She is interested in home making, sewing, and fishing. 

EARLY FRANK VOTAW, son of Thurston Votaw and Dorothy Ruby Wilson, 
was born 12 May 1941, Austin, Travis County, Texas. He married 30 
July 1960, SANDRA KAY CARLSON, at Pasco, Franklin County, Washiiigon. 
He completed the Captain Grey Elementary School, the McLoughlin Junior 
High, and the Pasco High Schools. He attended the Columbia Basin 
Junior College. He is employed in the traffic department of the North- 
ern Pacific Railroad Company at Pasco, Sandra Kay Carlson and Early 
Frank Votaw had the following children: 

1. Kent Douglas Votaw, b. 27 Feb. 1961, Pasco, Franklin Co,, Wash, 

2. Frank Warren Votaw, b. 28 Sept. 1962, Pasco, Franklin Co., Wash. 

3. Michael Eugene Votaw, b. 22 June 1966, Walla Walla, Walla Walla 



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KEITH HENRY CARLSON, son of Duane O'Dell Carlson and Florence 
Grace Downs, was born 6 Oct, 1920, Oreni, Utah County, Utah. He 
married (1) 11 Jan 1941, BILLIE BETH THORPE, at Butterfield Canyon, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; md. (2) 12 Nov, I960: GENEVA PHYLLIS SARGENT, 
at Pasco, Franklin County, Washington c Keith Henry was reared in 
Pleasant Grove, Utah, He completed his schooling to his sophomore 
year- when the family moved to Pasco, Washington, He worked for a 
short time on his father's farm at PaseOo He has been employed most 
of his life as a truck driver, driving trucks for Pacific Inter- 
mountain Elxpress, West Coast Freight, Petroleum Transport, and 
since 1960 has been employed by Garrett Truckings His hobbies in- 
clude photography, coin collecting; and fishingo 

BILLIE BETH THORPE, daughter of James Alfred Thorpe and Maude 
May Gammel , was born 10 Apr= 1922 Springville, Utah County, Utah= 
She married 11 Jan 1941, KEITH HENRY CARLSON, at Butterfield Canyon, 
Salt Lake County. Utah. Keith Henry Carlson and Billie Beth Thorpe 
had the following children; 

• 1, Deanna Grace Carlson be 16 July 1941, Caliente, Lincoln County, 

Nevada; md. 22 Aug, 1958, E^rl Stewart Louderbacko 

• 2, Larry Keith Carlson; be 9 Nov. 1943, Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washington; md 26 Mar, 1966, Donna Sue Hudson, 

• 3. Sherrie Lynn Carlson; b» 20 Jan, 1946, Orem , Utah County, Utah; 

md. 16 Feb 1963. Michael Bradley Belcourtc 

4. Vickie Darlynn Carlson, be 4 Aprc 1950, Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington , 

5. Brent Ho Carlson, b, 16 Augo 1951, Pasco 5 Franklin County, 
Washington c 

GENEVA PHYLLIS SARGENT, daughter of Eldon Justineous Sargent 
and Geneva Theresa Alice Taylor, was born 7 Aug. 1923, Olympia , 
Thurston County., Washii.gton, She married (l) 15 Aug, 1944, Sidney 
Latta, at Pasco, Franklin County, Washington; mdo (2) 12 Nov. 
1960; KEITH HENRY CARLSON, at Pasco Franklin County, Washington. 
Geneva Phyllis attendeil the elementary schools at Yakima, Washing- 
ton; and completed her sophomore year at Pasco, Washington. She 
worked a short time as a waitress and as an elevator operator. 
She enjoys music. No children born to this union. 

DEANNA GRACE CARLSON, daughter of Keith Henry Carlson and 
Billie Beth Thorpe, was born 16 July 1941, Caliente, Lincoln County, 
Nevada, She married 22 Aug. 1958, EARL STEWART LOUDERBACK, at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Deanna Grace attended the first 
eight years of school at Pasco, Washington. She attended junior and 
senior high school at American Fork, Utah, She went to the Columbia 
Basin Junior College for one year. She is employed as a nurses aid 
at the Hillcrest Convalescence Center at Pasco, Washington. She 
enjoys art as a hobby. 

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EARL STEWART LOUDERBACK, s»oii of Daniel 0, Louderback and Lucinda 
Forsyth, was born 27 Jan. 1941, Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon. 
He married 22 Aug. 1958, DEANNA GRACE CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah,. Earl Stewart completed the first nine years of 
school at Kennewick, Washington o He attended part of his sophomore 
year at Kennewick and part at Pasco, Washington. He served as a car- 
penter apprentice from 1960 to 1964, and worked as a carpenter during 
1964 and 1965 « He was employed for one year at the Monumental Dam 
on the Columbia River, He attended a welding school to become a pipe- 
fitter and shipfittero Deanna Grace Carlson and Earl Stewart Louder- 
back had the following children; 

lo Debra Kay Louderback, bo 24 May 1959, Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washingtono 
2. Earl Trent Louderback, bo 12 Apr. 1960, Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washington „ 
3o Lucinda Beth Louderback, bo 31 Jano 1963, Pasco, Franklin County, 

Washington „ 

LARRY KEITH CARLSON, son of Keith Henry Carlson and Billie Beth 
Thorpe, was born 9 NoVo 1943, Pasco, Franklin County, Washington = He 
married 26 Mar, 1966, DONNA SUE HUDSON, at Las Vegas, Clark County, 
Nevada o She was born 31 Augo 1944, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio; 
daughter of Howard Wesley Hudson and Cora Belle Purdy. 

SHERRIE LYNN CARLSON, daughter of Keith Henry Carlson and Billie 
Beth Thorpe, was born 20 Jan » 1946, Orem , Utah County, Utah„ She md . 
16 Febo 1963, MICHAEL BRADLEY BELCOURT, at Newcastle, Weston County, 
Wyomingo She attended the Captain Grey elementary school at Pasco, 
and the Evergreen school at American Fork, Utah. She completed her 
junior high school at Springville, Utah, and attended high school 
here alsoo She is interest in hunting, sewing, and swimmingo 

MICHAEL BRADLEY BELCOURT, son of Mark Joseph Belcourt and La Verne 
Elenore Smith, was born 6 Apr. 1942, Bottineau, Bottineau County, 
North Dakota o He married 16 Febo 1963, SHERRIE LYNN CARLSON, at New- 
castle, Weston County, Wyoming <= He attended the Roosevelt Elementary 
School at Minot, North Dakota„ He went to the Scottsbluff, Neb,, and 
Casper, WyOo , junior high schools; and went two years to the Newcastle 
High School in Wyoming. He is employed as a truck driver.. He enjoys 
hunting and fishing, Sherrie Lynn Carlson and Michael Bradley Belcourt 
had the following children; 



1, Cheri Lannet Belcourt, b, 25 Mar. 1964, Newcastle Weston County 

Wyomingo 
2o Mark Bradley Belcourt, bo 22 Apro 1965, Newcastle, Weston 

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KEiNLEY DEIL CARLSON, son of Duane O'Dell Carlson and Florence 
Grace Downs, was born 3 June 1930, Lehi , Utah County, Utah. He married 
8 Septo 1956. DELORES MARIE NEttWAN, at Pasco ; Franklin County, Wash- 
ingtonc Kenley Dell completed twelve years of schooling at Pasco, 
graduating in 1949c He took correspondence work in real estate and 
insurance. He worked for ten years for the United States Post Office 
at Richland, VVashingtono In 1957 he took an officers basic training 
course at Fort Lee, Virginia. He is a 1st lieutenant in the National 
Guard at Pasco » He worked for nearly five years as an insurance ad- 
juster in Pascoo Since 1966 he has been employed as a sales represent- 
ative of the Fullwell Motor Products Company » His hobbies are coin 
collecting, gardening, boating, and water skiing. 



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1956, KENLEY O'DELL CARLSON, at Pasco, Frank- 
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shington She completed high school at 

She worked for a short time in a real 
ie has a number of hobbies, including ribbon 

arrangements, picture tinting, and drawing. 

a chorister c Kenley Dell Carlson and 
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1= June Mane Carlson, b, 30 June 1959, Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington. 

2. Wendy Grace Carlson, bo 10 July 1960, Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington c 

3. Jennifer Joy Carlson, bo 25 Jan o 1965, Pasco, Franklin, 
County, Washington. 

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MAXINE DAWN CARLSON, daughter of Duane O'Dell Carlson and Florence 
Grace Downs, was born 12 June 1934 Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. 
She married 30 June 1952 DAVID HARPER BRAGG, at Pasco, Franklin County, 
Washington. He was born 10 Jan= 1932, Venus, Knox County, Nebraska; 
son of Burl Harper Bragg, Jr^ and Elizabeth Evelyn Jeffrey, Maxine Dawn 
attended the schools at Pasco, graduating from high school in 1952: 
She has been a succesfful homemakero David Harper went to school in 
Nebraska, and graduated from the Creighton High School in 1949, He 
is employed as foreman for the United Buckingham Freight Lines at 
Pasco, Washington. Maxine Dawn Carlson and David Harper Bragg had the 
following children: 

1. Debra Dawn Bragg, b 13 June 1957, Pasco, Franklin County, Wash. 

2, David Allan Bragg, b= 31 Aug. 1961, Pasco, Franklin County, Wash. 

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CHAPTER VIII 



ELBA EDNA CARLSON and 
AMBROSE KHALIL SHURTZ family, 
and DOUGLAS JOHA LLOYD family 



ELBA EDNA CARLSON, daughter of Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie 
Haas, was born 26 Aug, 1898, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah, She 
married (1) 8 June 1918, AMBROSE KHALIL SHURTZ, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utah; rad , (2) 18 July 1925, DOUGLAS JOHN LLOYD, 
at Farmington, Davis County, Utah, Elba Edna was reared on a farm 
in the northwestern part of Pleasant Grove, Utah, She attended the 
school at American Fork, and the Manila School at Pleasant Grove, 
Utah, completing the eighth grade. After her marriage to Douglas 
they lived in different states, but mainly in Utah and California, 
They moved to Sacramento, California, in 1938. She has devoted her 
life to her family and home making. She enjoys traveling, and her 
main hobby is flower gardening, 

AMBROSE KHALIL SHURTZ, son of Ambrose Shurtz and Clarice McKean , 
was born 7 Jan. 1900, at Escalante, Garfield County, Utah, He married 
(1) 8 June 1918, ELBA EDNA CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah; md. (2) 1928, Ercel Allred; md. (3) Nora Hickenbotham, 
He died a8 July 1937, at Sunset Beach, Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake 
County, Utah; and was buried 31 July 1937, at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery, 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He was drowned while swim- 
ming in Great Salt Lake, He was a coal dealer in Salt Lake City, 
Elba Edna Carlson and Ambrose Khalil Shurtz had the following child- 
ren : 

1. Helen C, Shurtz (stillborn), b. 22 Feb, 1919, Pleasant Grove, 
Utah County, Utah. 

• 2, Howard Curg Shurtz, b, 10 Dec, 1921, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 

County, Utah; md. 7 Nov. 1940, Marjorie Woolsey, 

• 3, Winston Don (Shurtz) Lloyd, b. 2 Dec, 1923, Pleasant Grove, 

Utah County, Utah; md, (1) Phyllis Joyce DeClusin; md , (2) 
6 May 1961, Mary Stout. 

DOUGLAS JOHN LLOYD, son of Thomas Hyrum Lloyd and Sarah Ann 
Fields, was born 29 June 1903, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utah. He married 18 July 1925, ELBA EDNA CARLSON, at Farmington, 
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and at the Jefferson School in Salt Lake City, Utah, completing 
the eighth grade = In Utah he was employed by the Walker Construction 
Company, and was a miner a Bingham and Park City, Utah, After moving 
to California in 1938, he was employed in gold dredging. For many 
years he has been employed by Lord and Bishop Contractors, and has 
worked in various parts of California as an operating engineer in 
bridge construction. He enjoys baseball, fishing, and hunting, Elba 
Edna Carlson and Douglas John Lloyd had the following childs 

• la Douglas Robert Lloyd, b, 14 Augo 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake County, Utah; mdo 14 Apr., 1952, Twila May Ambler. 

HOWARD CURG SHURTZ, son of Ambrose Khali 1 Shurtz and Elba Edna 
Carlson, was born 10 Dec. 1921, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utah. He married 7 Nov. 1940, MARJORIE WOOLSEY, at Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake County, Utaho Howard Curg attended the Bingham and Salt 
Lake City elementary schools; completed the Blaine Junior High 
School, and one year at the Granite High School in Salt Lake City. 
During World War II he served as a corporal in the U.S. Marines, 
and served in the Pacific Theater from 1943 to 1946o He moved his 
family to Uestwood, California, where he worked in the sawmills 
from 1947 to 1956o Since that time he has worked as a supervisor 
at the California Almond Growers Exchange at Sacramento, California. 

MARJORIE WOOLSEY, daughter of Earl Woolsey and LaVern Hardy, 
was born 12 Sept. 1921, at Escalante, Garfield County, Utah. She 
married 7 Nov. 1940, HOWARD CURG SHRUTZ, at Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah. Marjorie completed her schooling at Escalante, 
Utah, where she graduated from high school in 1939o Since 1962 she 
has been employed by the Bank of America at Sacramento. She served 
as a Secretary in the Sunday School, and taught Primary and classes 
in the Young Womens MIA. She likes music, and plays the piano. Howard 
Curg Shurtz and Marjorie Woolsey had the following children; 

1, Douglas Howard Shurtz, b. 7 Mar, 1941, Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake County, Utah. 

• 2. LuAnn Shurtz, b. 25 June 1942, Tooele, Tooele County, Utah; 

md. 15 Aug. 1964 5 Gary Lee Reeves. 

• 3. Patsy Lee Shurtz, b. 22 Aug. 1943, Escalante, Garfield County, 

Utah; rad, 10 Feb. 1963, Fredrick C. Switzer. 
4, Marjorie Arlene Shurtz, bo 6 Dec« 1946, Tooele, Tooele County, 
Utah 

LUANN SHURTZ, daughter of Howard Curg Shurtz and Marjorie Wool- 
sey, was b. 25 June 1942, Tooele j Tooele County, Utah. She married 
15 Aug. 1964. GARY LEE REEVES, at Sacramento, Sacramento County, 
California, He was born 25 Aug. 194C, Sacramento, Sacramento County, 
California; son of James Lee Reeves and Mary Edith Barlow. No 
children to this marriage. (Div.) 



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PATSY LEE SHURTZ, daughter of Howard Curg Shurtz and Marjorie 
Woolsey-jwas born 22 Aug. 1943 , hiscalante, Garfield County, Utah. She 
married" 10 Feb. 1963, FREDRICK C« SWITZER, at Reno, Washoe County, 
Nevada. He was born 22 Oct, 1942, Harper, Harper County, Kansas; son 
of John Theodore Switzer and Lois Lorraine Hilton, Patsy Lee Shurtz 
and Fredrick C, Switzer had the following children; 

1. Steven Eric Switzer, b. 23 Nov. 1963, Sacramento, Sacramento 
County, Calif ornia, 

2, Jeffrey Lee Switzer, b. 7 Aug. 1966, Sacramento, Sacramento 
County, California, 

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WINSTON DON (SHURTZ) LLOYD, son of Ambrose Khalil Shurtz and 
Elba Edna Carlson, was born 2 Dec. 1923, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, 
Utah, He married (1) Phyllis Joyce DeClusin; md. (2) 6 May 1961, 
MARY STOUT, at Oakland, Alameda County, California, Winston Don went 
to school at Bingham and Salt Lake City, Utah, and completed the 
junior year at Granite High School. He joined the United States Marines 
in 1942, and served for fours years in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. 
He is employed in heavy construction, serving as a foreman of a pile 
driver crew near Sacramento, California. 



PHYLLIS JOYCE DECLUSIN, daughter of George J, DeClusin and Ella 
R. Hannigan, was born 19 Nov. 1925, Bemidji , Beltrami County, Minn- 
esota. Winston Don (Shurtz) Lloyd and Phyllis Joyce DeClusin had the 
following child; 



1. Douglas George Lloyd, b, 
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3 July 1946, Seattle, King County, 



MARY STOUT, daughter of Clinton Tracy Stout and Leah Jones, was 
born 27 May 1924, Oakland, Alameda County, California, She married 
6 May 1961, WINSTON DON (SHURTZ) LLOYD, at Oakland, Alameda County, 
California, Winston Don and Mary had the following children: 



1. Don Anthony Lloyd, b< 
County, California, 



8 Aug, 1966, Sacramento, Sacramento 



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DOUGLAS ROBERT LLOYD, son the Douglas John Lloyd and Elba Edna 
Carlson, was b, 14 Aug. 1930, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. 
He married 20 Apr. 1952, TWILA MAY AMBLER, at Sacramento, Sacramento 
County, California. Douglas Robert went to elementary schools in Utah, 
Idaho, and California. He attended the Sutter Junior High School in 
Sacramento, California. He graduated from the Sacramento High School 
in 1948. He also attended the American River Junior College and the 



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Sacramento Junior College. Since his marriage in 1952 he was been em- 
ployed as a PBX repairman for the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph 
Company in Sacramento. He enjoys archery and hunting, 

TttlLA MAY AMBLER, daughter of Arthur Nelson Ambler and Chris- 
tine Amela Reichert, was born 15 Feb. 1930, Fallon, Churchill County, 
Nevada, She married 20 Apr, 1952, DOUGLAS ROBERT LLOYD, at Sacramento, 
Sacramento County ^ California. Twila May attended the Fruitridge Ele- 
mentary School, and the Stanford Junior High School » She graduated 
from the Sacramento High School in 1948, She was employed as a sec- 
retary in the business office of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph 
Company in Sacramento o She enjoys bowling, little league baseball, 
and working with the Parent Teachers Associationo Douglas Robert 
Lloyd and Twila May Ambler had the following children i 

1. Sharon Lee Lloyd, b, 5 Feb, 1953, Sacramento, Sacramento 
County, California. 

2. Timothy Nelson Lloyd, b. 17 Septo 1955, Sacramento, Sacramento 
County, California, 

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CHAPTER IX 



RUDOLTil BURTON CARLSON and 
AMY ELIZA NERD IN family 



RUDOLPH BURTON CAIiLSON , son of Charles Carlson and Caroline Marie 
Haas, was born 5 June 1903, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. He md. 
20 Mar. 1924, AMY ELIZA NERDIN , at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, 
Utah. Rudolph Burton was reared on his father's farm in northwestern 
Pleasant Grove. He attended the Manila School, completing the eighth 
grade in 1917. He then went to the Pleasant Grove High School for two 
years. He worked on the family farm until his marriage in 1924. They 
moved to Bingham, Utah, where he was employed in the mines at Bingham 
and Lark for the United States Mining, Smelting, and Refining Company. 
In 1942 he moved his family to Long Beach, California, where he worked 
for three years as a ship fitter for the Consolidated Ship Yards. In 
1945 he was employed by Sears Roebuck Company as a receiving clerk. 
He retired in 1966. He enjoyed sports, especially baseball, football, 
and basketball. 

AMY ELIZA NERDIN, daughter of John Marks Nerdin and Minnie Loader, 
was born 2 Apr, 1904, Pleasant Grove, Utah County, Utah. She married 
20 Mar. 1924, RUDOLPH BURTON CARLSON, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utah. Amy Eliza was reared on a farm. She attended the first 
eight grades of school in American Fork, Utah, completing her school- 
ing in 1918o She helped her father and mother on the farm. She picked 
berries and other fruits, and assisted with the household duties. In 
1921 she worked for a year in a restaurant in Salt Lake City. She was 
also employed by the Pleasant Grove Canning Company, and worked at the 
Pleasant Grove and Orem plants for a number of years. In 1924 she 
married, and they moved to Bingham, Utah. In 1942 the family moved 
to Long Beach, California. She enjoyed her responsibilities of home 
making. She is especially talented in flower arrangements, sewing, 
dress making, and fancy needlework. Rudolph Burton Carlson and Amy 
Eliza Nerdin had the following children: 

* 1. Betty Elaine Carlson, born 19 Dec. 1924, American SoEk, Utah 

County, Utah; md. (1) 19 May 1943, George Edwin Bruce Hoffstatter; 
md. (2) 29 July 1947, Richard Leo Fink; md. (3) 17 Mar. 1963, 
Alan Lee Donaldson. 

• 2, LaVerl N. Carlson, b. 31 Mar. 1929, American Fork, Utah County, 

Utah; md. 31 July 1948, Camilli Rosemary Stockdale. 



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BETTY ELAINE CARLSON, daughter of Rudolph Burton Carlson and Amy 
Eliza Nerdin, was born 19 Dec, 1924, American Fork, Utah County, Utah. 
She married (1) 19 May 1943, George Edwin Bruce Hoffstatter; md = (2) 
29 July 1947; Richard Leo Fink; mdc (3) 17 Mur, 1963, Alan Lee Dorald- 
son, Betty Elaine attended the elementary school at Lark, Utah, where 
her father was employed in the mines, She completed the junior high 
school and two years of senior high school at Copperton, Utah, The 
family moved to Long Beach, California ^ in 1942. She worked as a sales 
lady at Erwins Dress Shop, S,H. Kress Company , anc! Sears Roebuck and 
Company, Since 1959 she has been employed as a car parts assembler at 
Bennett Manfacturing Company at Long Beacho 

GEORGE EDWIN BRUCE HOFFSTATTER, son of Fred Lewis Hoffstatter 
and Florence Myrtle Dick, was born 17 July 1921, Fairmount, Richland 
County, North Dakota, He married 19 May 1943. BETTY ELAINE CARLSON, 
at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California. There were no 
children to this union. (Div.) 

RICHARD LEO FINK, son of Charles Leo Fink and Marcel Lucy Geist- 
lich, was born 20 Oct, 1926, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Calif- 
ornia. He married 29 July 1947, BETTY ELAINE CARLSON, at Huntington 
Beach, Orange County, California, Richard Leo attended the Los An- 
geles schools completing the eighth grade. He then joined the mili- 
tary service when only fifteen years of age. He served for four years 
as a radio technician and was released in 1946. After this he served 
as a radio operator with the Flying Tigers for one year, flying to 
the Orient. He went into the electric appliance business with his 
father at Glendale, California. Betty Elaine Carlson and Richard Leo 
Fink had the following children: (Div,) 

• 1. Marilyn LeAnn Fink, b, 19 June 1947, Long Beach, Los Angeles 

County, California; md , 18 July 1963, James Duane Fidler, 
2. Ronald Carl Fink, b, 10 Jan, 1949, Long Beach, Los Angeles 

County, California, 
3- Carolyn Renee Fink, b. 7 Jan, 1951, Glendale, Los Angeles 

County, California, 
4. Robert Laurence Fink, b. 30 Sept. 1952, Glendale, Los Angeles 

County, California. 

ALAN LEE DONALDSON, son of Levi Arthur Donaldson and Beatrice 
Athena Smalley^ was born 2 Jan. 1932, Ellsworth, Artrim County, 
Michigan, He married 17 Mar. 1963, BETTY ELAINE CARLSON, at Las Vegas, 
Clark County, Nevada, Alan Lee completed his schooling and graduated 
from the Banks Township Public Schools, near Ellsworth, Michigan. He 
worked for two years at the Morweld Steel Company at Ellsworth. He 
was in the military service from 1952 to 1956, serving as a staff 
sergeantin the Air Force, He worked in a sheet metal shop for Doug- 
las Aircraft from 1956-59. Since 1959 he has been employed as a 
plant superintendent at Bennetts Manufacturing Company at Long Beach. 
He enjoys motor cycling, fishing, and hunting. No children to this 
marriage. 

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MARILYN LEANN FINK, daughter of Richard Leo Fink and Betty Elaine 
Carlson, was born 19 June 1947, Long Beach, Los Angeles County, Calif- 
ornia. She married 18 July 1963, JAMES DUANE FIDLER, at Las Vegas, 
Clark County, Nevada. Marilyn attended a number of schools. She went 
to the Thomas E. Edison School at Glendale , California for two years; 
two years at Tucson, Arizona; one year at Umj^qua , Oregon; and her 
sixth year at Phoenix, Arizona. Marilyn attended her seventh grade at 
Umpqua; and completed her junior high school training at Phoenix. She 
attended the Wilson High School at Long Beach, California. She is 
talented in art; and enjoys swimming. She is a Primary teacher in 
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

JAMES DUANE FIDLER, son of Ralph Otho Fidler and Pauline Victoria 
Yetter, was born 10 May 1940, Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa. He mar- 
ried 18 July 1963, MARILYN LEANN FINK, at Las Vegas, Clark County, 
Nevada. James Duane attended his first six years of school at Ottumwa, 
Iowa. He completed his junior high school at Phoenix, Arizona; and 
graduated from the Phoenix Union High School in 1958, He is interested 
in photography, auto racing, and bowling. He is employed by the C.B. 
Lynd Tire Specialities Company at Long Beach, California. Marilyn 
LeAnn Fink and James Duane Fidler had the following children: 

1. Franklin Duane Fidler, b. 15 Jan, 1964, Phoenix, Maricopa 
County, Arizona. 

2. Kenneth Ralph Fidler, b, 30 Mar 1965, Long Beach, Los 
Angeles County, California. 

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LAVERL N. CARLSON, son of Rudolph Burton Carlson and Amy Eliza 
Nerdin, was born 31 Mar. 1929, American Fork, Utah County, Utah. He 
married 31 July 1948, CAMILLI ROSEMARY STOCKDALE, at Las Vegas, Clark 
County, Nevada. LaVerl enrolled in the elementary school at Lark, 
Utah, where his father worked in the mines. He attended the seventh 
grade at Copperton, Utah. His family moved then to Long Beach, Calif- 
ornia, where he attended the Hamilton Junior High School for two 
years. He went for two years to the Polytechnic High School, complet- 
ing his junior year in 1945. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and 
served in the Asia-Pacific area from 1945 to 1947. In 1948 he raarriedj 
and worked from eight years for the Pacific Motor Trucking Company of 
Los Angeles. From 1956 to 1963 he was employed by the Acme Fast Freight 
Lines of Los Angeles. Since 1963 he has been employed by the Warren 
Trucking Company of Long Beach. He has received several trophies for 
his bowling skills. He enjoys boating and fishing. 

CAMILLI ROSEMARY STOCKDALE, daughter of Amos Stanto Stockdale 
and Zelda Helen Redmond, was born 14 Nov. 1930, at Elgin, Kane 
County, Illinois. She married 31 July 1948, LAVERL N. CARLSON, at 



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Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada « Camilli Rosemary completed her 
elementary training at the Whittier Elementary School at Long Beach, 
Calif orniao She attended the Hamilton Junior High School, and grad- 
uated from the Excelsior Union High School of Norwalk, California, 
in 1948. She was an honor student in school „ She took a college 
preparation course and business as a second major. She was employed 
as a credit investigator at Bellf lower, California, from 1947 to 
1949. She was employed from 1961 to 1966 at the Bennett Manufact- 
uring Plant, a small parts automobile assembly plant. She enjoys 
bowling, tennis, and is a successful homemaker. LaVerl N. Carlson 
and Camilli Rosemary Stockdale had the following children: 

1. Jack Gordon Carlson, b. 2 Jan. 1950, Long Beach, Los Angeles 
County, California. 

2. Kathryn Ann Carlson, b. 7 Jan. 1951, Long Beach, Los Angeles 
County, California. 

3. Teresa Lee Carlson, b. 7 Feb. 1952, Glendale , Los Angeles 
County, California. 

4. Gene Howard Carlson, b. 3 Mar. 1953, Glendale, Los Angeles 
County, California. 

5. Kenneth R. Carlson, b. 23 July 1956, Glendale, Los Angeles 
County, California 

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CHAPTER X 



GRACE BERWICE CARLSON and 
NOYES SHERMAN CHAMBERLAIN family 



GRACE BERNICE CARLSON, daughter of Charles Carlson and Car- 
oline Marie Haas, was born 3 July 1911, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah 
County, Utaho She married (1) 17 Decc 1928, NOYES SHERMAN CHAMBERLAIN, 
at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. She married (2) 12 June 
1967, DEANE HAROLD WEBB, at Winnemucca , Humboldt County, Nevada. He 
was born 2 Mar. 1894, Boise, Ada County, Idaho; son of Charles Erwin 
Webb and Adelaide Letitia Deane. Grace Bernice attended the Manila 
School and Pleasant Grove, Utah for eight years, and one year of 
high school. She then went to work for her sister Elba until her 
marriage. She and her husband lived in Salt Lake City, Utah; Baker, 
Oregon; Stevenson, Washington; and in 1948 purchased a home at 
Milwaukee, Oregon,, Since 1961 she has been employed at the William- 
ette Manor, a home for retired people at Milwaukee, Oregon, She is 
the mother of five daughterso 

NOYES SHERMAN CHAMBERLAIN, son of John Sherman Chamberlain and 
Mary Hoskin, was born 11 June 1910, at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 
County, Utaho He married 17 Dec. 1928, GRACE BERNICE CARLSON, at Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, He died 8 Feb o 1965, Milwaukee, 
Multnomah County, Oregon; buried 10 Feb. 1965, Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregon o Noyes Sherman attended schools at Salt Lake City, 
Utahj and at Pocatello, Idaho. He worked on farms in Utah and in 
Washingtono From 1935 to his death in 1965 he worked at sawmills 
at Estacada and Boring, Oregon. Grace Bernice Carlson and Noyes 
Sherman Chamberlain had the following children; 

* lo Norma Belle Chamberlain, b, 6 Dec. 1928, Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake County, Utah; md, Charles George Perry; mdo (2) 26 Jan. 
1955, Edwin Leon Simons. 

♦ 2, Shirley Mae Chamberlain, b. 13 Jan, 1932, Portland, Multnomah 

County, Oregon; md. (1) 9 Apr, 1950, Duane Richard Cross; 

md, (2) 26 Feb, 1955, James Walter Lacey ; md, (3) 25 June 1964, 

James Fredrick Christensen, 

3, Beverly Chamberlain, b. 15 Feb, 1935, Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregon; md , 19 Feb, 1953, Norman Earl Burke. 

4, Caroline Mary Chamberlain, b. 24 Sept. 1948, Oregon City, 
Clackamus County, Oregon, 

5, Arlana Lee Chamberlain, b, 22 Nov. 1950, Oregon City, 



Clackamus County, Oregon, 



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NORMA BELLE CHAMBERLAIN; daughter of Noyes Sherman Chamberlain 
and Grace Bernice Carlson, was born 6 Dec. 1928, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Luke County, Utah- She had two children by CHARLES GEORGE 
PERRY These children were adopted by an aunt and uncle. Pearl 
Chamberlain and Lewis P„ Solfich; 

1. Charles George Perry, Jr=. . or Charles George Solfich, was 
born 16 July 1949 Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon „ 

2o Diane Perry, or Diane Solfich, born 7 July 1951, Portland, 
Multnomah County Oregon, 

Norma Belle Chamberlain married 26 Jan, 1955, EDWIN LEON 
SIMONS, at Baker, Baker County, Oregon e He was born 14 Jan = 1929, 
Lebanon, Linn County, Oregon; son of Edwin Louis Simons and Ella 
Bo Blankenshipc Norma Belle and Edwin Leon had the following 
children : 

lo Edwin Leon Simons, Jr > , b<, 24 Dec. 1955, Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregon 

2, Grace Ella bimons, bo 7 Oct« 1956, Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregono 

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SHIRLEY MAE CHAMBERLAIN, daughter of Noyes Sherman Chamber- 
lain and Grace Bernice Carlson, was born 13 Jan. 1932, Portland, 
Multnomah County, Oregon, She attended the Redland Elementary 
Scliool and the Estacada Elemenatry School. She completed the tenth 
grade at Estacada. She worked for the Forest Service for three 
years. She took a civil service examination, and worked at a 
G.S. 3 rating for the timber department . She is interested in 
golfing., bowling, fishing, and knitting, Shirley Mae married (1) 
9 Apr. 195(. , DLANE RICHARD CROSS, at Oregon City, Clackamus 
County, Oregon, He was born 5 July 1930, Oregon City, Clackamus 
County, Oregon; son of Melvin Richard Cross and Dorothy Marie Ely. 
Shirley Mae and Duane Richard had the following child s 

1. Wanda Lee Cross , b. 16 May 1951, Oregon City, Clackamus 
County, Oregon 

Shirley Mae Chamberlain niarried (2) 26 Feb. 1955, JAMES 
WALTER LACEY; JR,, at Oregon City, Clackamus County, Oregon. He 
was born 18 Sept. 1927, Elizabethton , Carter County, Tenneessee; 
son of James Walter Lacey and Grace McCloud, Shirley Mae and 
James Walter had the following childi 

1. Douglas Scott Lacey, b. 12 Feb. 1957, Oregon City, Clack- 
amus County, Oregon. 

Shirley Mae Chamberlain married (3) 25 June 1964, JAMES 
FREDRICK CHRISTENSEN . at Gresham, Multnomah County, Oregon. He 

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was born 23 Sept. 1940, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington; son of 
Lloyd Avalon Fulton and Frieda Kristen Christensen. He is a jour- 
neyman lineman for an electric company. He has been a sUydiver, 
and enjoys golfing, bowling, and fishing, James Fredrick and Shirley 
Mae had the following children: 



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BEVERLY CHAMBERLAIN, daughter of Noyes Sherman Chamberlain and 
Grace Bernice Carlson, was born 15 Feb. 1935, Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregon o She md , 19 Feb, 1953, NORMAN EARL BURKB, at Portland, 
Multnomah, Oregon, She was reared near the lumber carapg of Oregon, 
where her father was employed. She attended the Redlands and Estacada 
Elementary Schools, and completed her jupior year at Hilwaukie High 
School. She has been a succe&sful home maker, and epjoys golfing 
and swimming, ^ 

NORMAN EARL BURKE, son of Everett Joseph Burke and^^i{.lah Lulah 
Juker, was born 28 July 1933, Kinsley, Edwards County, Kansas. He 
married 19 Feb, 1953, BEVERLY CHAMBERLAIN, at Portland, Multnomah 
County, Oregon, After his marriage he was employed one year each 
for Electro-Metallurgical Steel Mill, a Standard Service Station, 
and for Firestone Rubber Company, He worked t^hree years with the 
Acme Timber Company at Estacada. Since 1960 he has Been employed 
by the Hayden Chevrpiet Service as a car salesman. In 1967 he was 
employed as an insurance agent for State Farm ^iutual Insurance 
Company, He was charter president of the Estacada Jaycees, and is 
a State Director for this organization, Beverly Chamberlain and 
Norman Earl Burke had the following children: 

1, -Norman Earl Burke, Jr, , b,^ 13 Apr, 1956, Oregon City, 

Clackamus County, Oregon, 

2. 'Ronald Jay Burke, b, 9 Mar, 1958, Portland, Multnomah 

County, Oregon. 



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CIIAPTEii XI 



INDEX TO NAMES 



Number in puienthesis ( ) following ci name is the year of 



birth. 



-A- 

ANDEliSuN 

Coradell , 66 

Ethel Clarice, 54, 55, 56, 57 

Ferry Hillard, 56 

Ola, 18 

ANDERSSON 

Anna, 7- 10, 11, 21 

Boel, 12, 27 

Carl (1790) , 7, 20, 22 

Carl (1847), 22 

Hanjia (1741) , 27 

llanna (1854) , 22 

Jons (1749), 27 

Jons (1757) , 27 

Lars, 17 

Nils (1739) , 27 

Nils (1745), 27 

Nils (17'J7) , 22 

Ola, 7, 18, 19, 20. 27 

Oluf, 14, 21 

Par, 7, 10, 11, 

Pehr, 22 

Per, 22 

Tufve, 19 

ANGELL 

Charles rtilkinson, 66 
Elva, 54, 66, 69 

A1>U3LEU 

Arthur Nelson, 134 

Twila May, 128, 132, 133, 134 

Alwilde Elizabeth. 65 



20, 
21 



ASH 

Edith, 92 

AUSTIN 

l-Yank Carlisle, 103 
John Lowell, 102, 103, 104 
John Lowell, Jr , , 102, 104 
Shirell, 102, 104 



BARLOW 

Mary Edith, 128 

BAliliOS 

Nancy , 78 

BAXTER 

Carolyn, 59 
Clain Brown , 59 
Geri Lynn, 58, 59 
Lori Lee , 58 , 59 
Lynn LaVern , 56 , 58 , 
Sherri Lyn , 58, 59 
Terri Rae , 58, 59 



59 



BELCOURT 

Cheri Lannett, 122, 123 

Mark Bradley, 122, 123 

Mark Joseph, 123 

Michael Bradley, 118, 122, 123 

BENGTSSON 
Karina , 17 

BERG 

Friderich , 34 



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BIRRELL 

Elizabeth Kobertson, 70 

3LACKENSHIP 
Ella B, , 144 

BOOTH 

Beulah Elizabeth, 111, lli>, 114, 

117 
Ernest Aaron, 112 

BOSTliOM 

Lciwrence, 56 

BOULTER 

Alice Maud, 60 

BRAGG 

Burl Harper, Jr., 124 
David Allan, 124, 126 
David Harper, 111, 124, 126 
Debra Davm , 124, 126 

BUCHAiJAK 

Floyd iVilliaifl, 55 
James Gary, 50, 55 
Kenneth Gary, 53, 55 



BULLOCK 

Anita Hae , 103, 105, 106, 108 
Arden Brett, 104, 105, 107, 108 
Betty Louiae, 87, 88, 108, 109, 

110 
Cindy, 97, 100 
Cecil Irvini^'c f 
Cecil Kent (1 
David Charles, 89, 92 
Gerald Irving, 89, 92 
Glade C, , 87, 88, 100, 101, 103 
Irving, 5, 86, 87, 88, 94, 100, 

104, 108 
Jay LaMarr , 101 , 103 
Kathleen, 89, 91, 92, 93 
Kenneth C, (Dr.), ii , iii , 87, 

88, 94, 95, 96, 99, 100 
Kenneth G= 96, 97, 99, 100 
Mary Anne, 96, 99 



lit) 

ndy, 97, 100 

cii Irvin^i-, 87, 88, 89, 92, 93 

cil Kent (Dr.), 89, 90, 92, 93 

vid Charles, 89, 92 

r^jld Trvin/j-. HO. Ct? 



Mary Anne, 96, 99 
Michael Kent, 90, 93 
Michel T. , 104, 105 
Peggy Elaine, 89, 92 
Richard Glade, 101, 103 



BULLOCK (continued) 
aherilyn, 96, 99 
Shirley Colleen, 101, 102, 

103, 104 
Therold C. , 87, 88, 104, 105, 

108 
Virginia, 96, 98, 99, IOC 
.Villiahi Alexander, 86 

BURKE 

Everett Joseph, 149 
Nori.ian Earl, 143, 148, 149 
Nori.ian Earl, Jr., 148, 149 
Ronald Jay, 148, 149 



-C- 

CARLSON 
AiHia , 22 
Anna Marie , 5 

Barbara Adair, 60, 61, 63, 65 
Betty Elaine, 135, 136, 137, 

138, 141 
Brent H. , 118, 119 
Bryce Duane , 111, 112, 115, 

114, 117 

Bryon Bryce, 112, 114, 115, 117 

Carol Joyce, 56, 57, 58, 59 

Caroline, 2? 

Carrie Ann, 115, 117 

Charles, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 

22, 33, 34, 50, 70, 86, 111, 

127, 135, 143 
Charles, Jr., 3, 5, 50, 51, 54, 

55, 59, 66 
Charles Francis Marrion, 51, 

54, 53, 60, 61, 65, 66 
Charles Kenneth, 60, 61, 62, 

65 
Cheri Ann , 67 , 69 
Cora Mirinda, 3, 5, 86, 87, 88, 

94, 100, 104, 108 
Deanna Grace, 118, liD, 120, 

123 
Dorothea Adair, 51, 54 
Duane O'Dell, 3, 5, 111, 112, 

115, 118, 124 
Earl Lynn, 68, 69 

Elba Edna, 3,5, 127, 128, 
129, 133 



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CARLSON (continued) 

Gene Howard, 140, 142 

Gerald Arlan , 112, 114, 117 

Grace Bernice, 3, 5, 143, 144, 145. 

143 
Guy Dell, 54 

Howard Delden , 51, 54, 66, 69 
Ingrid, 22 

Jack Gordon, 140, 142 
Jennifer Joy, 124, 125 
Jerry Allan, 60, 61, 64, 66 
Jerry Allan, Jro , 64, 66 
Joel Uryan 5 69 
Julia Marie, 67, 69 
June Marie, 124, 125 
Katliryn Ann, 140, 142 
Keith Henry, 111, 113, 118, 119, 

123 
Kenley O^Uell, 111, 113, 124, 125 
Kenneth R , 140, 142 
Larry Keitli, 118, 119, 121, 123 
LciVerl No, 135, 137, 140, 141, 

142 
Lydia Caroline, 



5, 70, 71, 73, 



74, 79 



60, 61 
111, 113, 



124, 126 



57 
135, 



136, 



117 
, 123 



Marian Lyn , 

Maxine Dawn , 

Peter, 22 

Wichard Kent, 62, 65 

Ricliard Llewellyn, 56, 

iludoljjh Burton, 3, 5, 

137, 141 
Kui.ianscl , 5 

Sandra Kay, 112, 114, 116, 
Sherrie Lynn, 118, 119, 12i 
Teresa Lee, 140, 142 
Terrie Denise, 68, 69 
Vaughn Belden, 67, 68, 69 
Vickie Darlynn, 118, 119 
Virginia Charleene, 50, 51, 52, 

54, 55 
Wendy Grace, 124, 125 
itfilliam Harold, 51, 54, 55, 56, 

57 

CiiHLSSON 

Anders (1752), 7, 21, 23 
Anders (1820), 1, 6, 7, 20, 22 
Dengta , 20 
Hakan, 24 
Ilanna , 20 



CAitLSSON (continued) 
Holger, 23 
Karna , 24 



Kirs 


tinn, 24 




Jons 


, 24 




Wi e 1 


s, 20 




Nils 


(1754), 


23 


Nils 


(1761), 


24 


Par 


(1766), 


24 


Par 


(1769), 


24 


Pehr 


(1824), 


20 


Pehr 


(1828), 


20 



143, 14 1, 145, 



143, 144, 
145, 



CHAMBERLAIN 

Arlana Lee, 143, 145 
Beverly, 143, 145, 148, 149 
Caroline Mary, 143, 145 
John Shernicin, 143 
Norma Belle , 

146 
Noyes Sheruuin, 5 

145, 149 
Shirley Mae, 145, 144 

147 

CHLRi^Y 

Grace Madonna, 56 

CHRISTENSEN 
Eliziibeth, 93 
i-Vieda Kristeu, 149 
Hans, 34, 40, 42 
Jai.ies Fredrick, 143, 144, 147 
Kenneth Clarence, 108 
Kim Lori'aine , 147, 148 
Yvonne Wanda, 104, 107, 108 

CHRISTENSSON, 
Anders , 31 
Aiuia , 31 
Hanna , 31 
Ingeborg , 31 
Liirs , 31 
Nils, 31 
Olof or Ola, 31 
Par, 12, 22, 31 
Thomas , 31 

CHRISTOPHEliSSON 
Margretha, 14, 21 
Mary Annie, 73 



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CORTSEN 

Lovise Nielsen, 34 

COSTA 

Abrahahi Ferimndes , 78 
Rosalind Jeanette, 74, 77, 78 

CROSS 

Duane Richard, 143, 144 
Melvin Richard, 144 
Wanda Lee, 144, 147 

CRYSTAL 

Doris Olive, 90, 92, 93 
Reed ii/iliiai.i, 93 



-D- 

DECLUSIN 

George J , , 153 

Phyllis Joyce, 127, 131, 133 

DEGENHAitD 

Rosina Carolina 34, 40, 43 
Valentine, 34, 40 
Wilhelwine, 40 

DICK 

Florence Wyrtle, 136 

DISALVA 

Mary, 79 

DONALDSON 

Alcin Lee, 133, 136, 138 
Levi Arthur, 136 

DOiVNS 

Florence Grace, 5, 111, 112, 

113, 118, 124 
Henry, 111 

DUNCAN 

Gladys May , 74 

DUNN 

Florinda, 73 



-E- 

EAMES 

Carolyn, 97, 99, 100 
David Ivo , 99 

ELY 

Dorothy Marie, 144 

ERICKSON 

Francis Mary, 55 



-F- 

FAATZ 

Conrad , 41 

Anna Elisabeth, 41 

Anna Maria, 34, 41, 42 

Joliann Casper, 41 

Johann Conrad , 41 

Johann Georye , 34, 37, 40, 41 

Nicolcius, 41 

FAUSS 

Johannijs , 37 , 41 
>iartin, 41 

FAUSTEN 

Curdt, 37, 41 

FIDLER 

Frciniilin Duane , 139, 141 
James Duane, 136, 139, 141 
Kenneth lialph, 139, 141 
Ralph Otho, 141 

FIELDS 

Sarah Ann, 127 

FINK 

Carolyn Renee, 136, 138 
Chcirles Leo, 136 

Mcirilyn LcAini, 130, 138, 139, 141 
liichard Leo, 133, 136, 138, 141 
Robert Laurence, 136, 138 
Ronald Carl, 136, 138 



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FINLAY30N 

Don Craig, 109, 110 

Don Janes, 80, 108, 109, 110 

Fred Lloyd, 108 

Janet, 109, 110 

luiren, 109, 110 

Kaye, 109, 110 

Wayne B. , 109, 110 

FORMAN 
oara , 73 

FORSYTH 

Lucinda, 123 

FiLVi\D3L12J 

Hazel Ro , 50 

FULTON 

Lloyd Avalon, 149 



-G- 

GAMMEL 

Maude May, 118 

GAliDINEli 

Annie Alena , 88, 94, 95, 96, 

99, 100 
lleber, 95 

GEISTLICII 

^ja^cel Lucy, 136 

GIBSON 

Dorotha Cordelia, 124 

GILBERT 

Stanford C. , 104 

GILES 

Earlene, 60 

GOUDMAN 

Tania Jean, 117 

GRl FFEN 

Eleanor Cyrena , 55 



GRIFFITHS 
B.W., 56 



-H- 



HAAS 



Caroline Marie, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
6, 7, 22, 33, 34, 44, 50, 
86, 111, 127, 135, 143 

Caroline Vilheluine , 44 

Joluin Ilenrik, 44 



IIAKANSSON 
Andera , 30 
Hanna , 30 
Ingar, 7, 8, 
Jons , 30 
Kama , 30 
Metta, 30 
Wills, 30 
Pahr, 30 



5, 
70, 



9, 2o, 30 



HAlvlNET 

Louise , 130 



IIANNIGaN 
Ella R, 



133 



HANSETJ 

Ane Kirstine , 40 

Else , 34 , 41 

Else Kirstine, 4, 33. 

40, 43 
Johanne Lovise , 40 
Niels Ciiristiau, 40 
Peter Christian, 40 



34, 



HAI^SSON 
Elna, 28 
Hanna , 7 , 26 , 
Kama , 23 
Margreta, 28 
Nils, 15, 23 
Ola, 28 
i'ernilla, 28 
24 



28 



Sanna , II 



llAHDUAli 

ilazel Geraldiiie, 88, 100, 

101, 103 
James Edward , 103 



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HARDY 

LaVern 128 

HARiaSUN 

Mary Beatrice, 93 

HATCH 

Sara Ellen, 70 

HATT 

Marguritfci, 50 

HATTENDURF 

Anna Ilsa Catharina , 39, 41, 46 
Johann, 39, 41 

HAUSER 

Johann , 50 

Julia Marie, 3, 50, 51, 54, 55, 
59, 66 

HIGHAM 

Erarna Elizabeth, 85 

HILL 

Wanda Anna, 108 

HILTON 

Lois Lorraine , 133 

HOFFSTATTER 

Fred Lewis, 136 

George Edwin Bruce, 135, 136 

HOLGERSSON 
Bengta , 3 
Bengta (1724) , 31 
Carl, 7, 8, 9, 23, 30 
Elna, 31 
Hollger, 31 
Marna , 31 
Nils, 31 
Tyke, 30 

HOSKIN 

Mary, 143 

HOWE 

Michelle Jean, 112, 117 
Sherman L, , 117 



HUDSON 

Donna Sue, 118, 121, 123 
Howard Wesley, 123 



-I- 

ISAKSSON 

Estrid, 7, 20, 26 
Hanna , 26 
Marna , 26 



-J- 



JACKSON 

Jose^>h Henry, 60 

Mildred, 54, 59, 60, 61, 65, 66 

JENSEN 

Martina Ivristine Elizabeth, 73 

JOHNSON 

Charles Gustav, 92 

Hazel Elaine, 88, 89, 92, 93 

JOHNSTON 

Harry Thomas, 5, 70, 72, 73 
Luella Maxine , 73 
Reed Peck, 73 

JONES 

Leah, 133 

JONSSON 
Ellna, 14 
Matta, 9, 29 
Nils, 7, 24 

JUKEIi 

Beulah Lulah, 149 



-K- 

KING 

Carrie Marie, 112, 115, 117 
Melvin Darv;in, 112 



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KRUZICH 
Tony, 55 
Tony George , 



-L- 



50, 51, 55 



LACEY 

Douglas 3cott, 144, 147 
James Halter, 144 
Jaiiies Walter, Jr., 143, 



144 



LAHDUOUiJ 




Ivor, 54 




LAIiSEN 




Cliristcn , 54 , 


41 


Jay Ueed, 91, 


94 


John Keed, 93 




Jolin Read , Jr 


« 


Hod Heatli, 94 





91, 92, 93 



LAUSSON 

Anders (1734) , 26 

Anders (1738) , 20 

Anders (1752), 27 

AiHia, 7, 12, 13, 26, 28 

Ingar, 26 

Kama , 8 , 30 

Karna or Karina , 7, 16, 17, 25 

Mans, 19 

Matta, 27 

Nils, 27 

Ola, 27 

LEAK 

Demi.ui , 108 

LOADER 

Minnie, 135 

LOCIIIIAAS 
Agnes , 45 
Andreas , 44 

Anna iJaruara (1719), 42 
iVnna Barbara (1760) , 43 
Anna Cuni^unda , 43 
Anna Elisa'jetli, 43 
Aiina Elisa'oetha , 42 
Anna Gela, 43 



LOCIIHAAS (continued) 

Anna Margaretha, 45 

Anna iiaria , 43 

iVnna Sybil la, 42 

Barbara , 45 

Catharina, 45 

Christian (1610) , 44 

Christian (1639) , 45 

Christian Barbara, 42 

Eliscibeth, 43 

Elisabethci, 44 

ileintz, 44 

Johann 

Johann 

Johann 

Johann 

Joliann 

Johann 

Johann Uenrich 
42, 44 

Johann Henrich (1689) 
Uenrich (1712) 
Henrich (1713) 
Uenrich (1758) 



Adar.i, 42 



Casper (1722), 42 
Casper (1763), 43 
Conrad , 43 
Friedrich Gottlieb, 
Heinrich, 43 

1686) 



43 



Johaini 

Johann 

Johann 

Johann 

Johannes 

Johannes 

Johannes 

Johannes 

Johannes 



Nickolaus, 54, 4: 



(1693) 
(1715) 
(1775) 
(1814) 
Henrich , 



34, 35, 36, 

44 
42 
42 
42 



44 
42 

34, 43 
4, 33, 34, 
35, 44, 



43 



45 



Margaretha , 45 
Michael, 44 
Sophia Margarethci, 43 
Valentin (1572), 35, 44 
Valentin (1612), 34, 44 

LLEWELLYN 

John Rees, 56 

Lota Margaret, 54, 55, 56, 57 

LLOYD 

Don Anthony, 131, 133 
Douglas George , 131 , 133 
Douglas John, 5, 127, 129, 133 
Douglas Robert, 128, 129, 132, 

133, 134 
Sharon Lee , 132 , 134 
Thoi.ias Hyruni, 127 
Timothy Nelson, 132, 134 
Winston Don, 127, 129, 131, 133 



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LONG 

Charles Samuel, 74 

Helen Ilene , 7o , 74, 75, 78 

LOUDERBACK 

Daniel 0. , 123 

Debra Kay, 120, 123 

Earl Stewart, 118, 120, 123 

Earl Trent, 120, 123 

Lucinda Beth, 120, 123 



-M- 

MANN 

Geoffrey Noel , 65 
Marcia Kent, 60, 62, 65 

MANSSON 

Metta, 19, 31 
Otto, 12, 24 

^LAItliOTT 

Clara Ellen, 86 

I-IARTENSSON 
Gunnel, 19 

MARTINUS 
Martin, 74 
Mary Helen, 73, 74, 75 

MATlIEiVES 

June Maude , 65 

MATTSSON 
Anna , 25 
Hanna , 26 
Jons , 26 
Kama , 25 
Marten, 26 
Pehr, 7, 16, 17, 25, 26 

MATZSON 

Bengta, 15, 23, 28 

Ella, 28 

Johan , 28 

Jons , 28 

Kama, 28 

Nills, 28 

Oluf, 28 



MAXWELL 

David Higham, 83, 84, 85 
David West, 83, 85 
James Bryan, 83, 85 
Morris Carlos, 85 

MCCLAIN 

William Henry, 54 

William Hurdis, 50, 52, 54 

MCCLOUD 

Grace, 144 

MCKEAN 

Clarice, 127 

MEiiKLEY 

Leah Frances, 80, 104, 105 
Ray Edgar , 104 

MEYER 

Anna Margaret ha , 45 

Catharina Elisabeth, 38, 45, 48 

Chris toph, 45 

Cord, 45 

Curt, 46 

Hans (1583), 38, 45, 46 

Hans (1650), 38, 45 

Hans Hinricli, 45 

Herman Anton, 46 

Herman Hinrich, 45 

Hinrich, 38, 45, 46 

Ilsabeth, 46 

Johann , 46 

Johann Gerd Julius, 45 

Johann Hinrich, 46 

Johann Wilhelm, 45 

Jost, 46 

Margarethe, 46 

Maria Elisabeth, 45 

M1LLEI2 

Annette, 60 
Glenn C , 60 

MINER 

Arden Franklin, 104 

VFanda Mae, 88, 104, 105, 108 

MORIN 

Odette, 117 



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MORiUSON 

Ileiie, 100 

MORTEiNSSON 

Matts, 16, 25 



-N- 



NALLEY 

Ilda Mae, 69 



NELSON 

James Eldon, 5, 7U, 72, 73 
Hans Christian, 73 

NERDIN 

Ainy Eliza, 5, 135, 130, 137, 

141 
Jolin Marks, 135 

NEiVMAN 

Delores Miirie , 111, 124, 125 
Marvin Leslie, 124 

NIEMI 

Dorothea Marie, 52, 53, 54, 55 
Laurie Taisto , 50, 52, 54, 55 
Laurie Taisto, Jr., 52, 55 

NIEMINEN 

Hilga Marie, 54 

NILSSON 

Estrid, 7, 14, 15, 23 

Ilanna , 28 

Isak, 7, 20, 2'J 

Johannes, 24 

Jons , 24 

Lars, 15, 26 

Maria, 1, 0, 7, 22, 24 

Mcirna, 13, 20, 30 

Matta 29 

Nils (1731), 23 

Nils (1833) , 24 

Ola (1820), 24 

Ola (1028), 24 

Oluf, 23 

Par, 29 

Pehr, 12, 27 



NILSSON (continued) 
Pernilla, 23 
Thyke, 8 

NIMS 

Edward Lee, 50, 54, 55 
Le e , 55 

NORTHRUP 

Birt Wi throw, 65 
Daniel Birt, 63, 65 
Donald Daniel, 60, 03, 05 
Sherry Elizabeth, 63, 65 
Steven Charles, 03, 05 



-0- 

OESTRICH 

Barbara, 34, 35, 30, 42, 46 
Johann Jost , 46 
Sebastian, 36, 46 

OHLSSON 

Per, 12, 27 

OLSSON 

Anders (1709), 18, 27 

Anders (1720), 21 

Anders (1767), 32 

Anders (1768) , 20 

Anders (1773), 20 

Arena , 32 

Bengta , 20 

Christian Lodvig, 21 

Christopher, 21 

Gunnel , 32 

Ilanna , 20 

Hans, 7, 14, 15, 21, 27 

Ingar, 7, 20, 29 

Inger, 18, 27 

Jons, 20 

Joron , 21 

Karna (1730), 21 

Kama (1748), 32 

Karna (1779), 20 

Kierstena, 31 

Kiersti, 7, 18, 19, 20, 31 

Mans , 32 

Marten, 32 



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OLSSON (continued) 
Malta, 21 
Ola, 20 
Olu, 21 
Pehr, 32 



0LUF3S0N 

Ingctr , 13, 30 
Parnilla, 15, 28 

O'NEIL 

Katherine Maria, 112 

OTTOSoON 
Anna , 24 

Hanna, 12, 22, 24 
Hans , 24 
Nils, 25 



Mans , 25 
>iatta, 25 
Sissa, 25 



PERIISSON (continued) 
Anders , 27 

PERIiY 

Charles George, 143, 144 
Charles George, Jr., 144, 146 
Uiane, 144, 146 

PERIioUN 

Hanna, 12, 27 

Kama , 1 <J 

Soren, 9, 29 

PETEIiSON 

Frances Estella, 104 

POlifELL 

Irene i^th, 59 

PUHDY 

Cora Belle , 123 



-P- 

PATJIGOT 

Bertha Einily, 74 

PAiiSSON 

Bengta, 7, 21 

Christen, 23 

Christopher, 14 

Elsa, 21 

Hanna , 23 

Hans , 23 

Joran, 23 

Karna , 23 

Kerstina, 9, 30 

Kirstina, 23 

Niels, 22 

Nils, 7, 12, 13, 22, 

Matta, 22 

Matz, 15, 28 

Sanna , 23 

Sissa (1698) , 16, 25 

Sissa (1738), 23 



28 



-R- 

RASMUSSON 

Nils, 13, 30 

REDMOND 

Zelda Helen, 141 

REEVES 

Gary Lee, 128 
James Lee , 128 

liEES 

Ellen Maud, 66 

liEICHERT 

Christine Aiiiela, 134 

RICHARDSON 

Sarah Estella, 99 

RIBISI 
Ciro, 79 
Vivian Barbara, 73, 79, 80 



PEIUiSSON 

Tufve, 7, 25, 29 
Kerstin, 12, 27, 31 



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-s- 

SARGENT 

Eldun Justiiieous , 118 

Geneva Phyllis, 111, 118, 119 

SCIIHIDT 

Aniui Muria , 47 

Anton Friedrich, 47 

Catharina, 47 

Curt Henrich, 47 

Curt Hermann , 47 

Hans Henrich (1731), 47 

Hans Henrich (1741), 47 

Hans Herman, 39, 46, 47 

Herman, 39, 47 

llsci Miiria, 54, 38, 39, 47 

Johann Conrad , 47 

Johann Heinrich, 47 

Johcinn Hermann , 47 

Ludwig , 47 

Sophia Elisabeth, 47 

SEGEliSTEDT 
Dagmar , 84 

SHURTZ 

Ambrose, 127 

Ambrose Klialil, 5, 127, 128, 129 

Douglas Howard , 128 , 130 

Helen Co , 127 

Howard Curg , 127, 129, 130, 133 

LuAnn, 128, 130 

Marjorie Arlene , 128, 130 

Patsy Lee, 128, 130, 133 

SIEVER 

Gertrud, 38, 48 

SIMONS 

Edwin Leon, 143, 144, 146 
Edwin Leon, Jr., 144, 146 
Edwin Louis, 144 
Grace Ella, 144, 146 

SMiiLLEY 

Beatrice Athena, 136 

SMET 

Helena, 36, 46 



SMITH 

Carrie Helen, 112 
LaVerne Elenore , 123 

SOLFICH 

Charles George, 144, 146 
Diane, 144, 146 

SORENSEN 

Christian Peter Anton, 73 
John Henry, 5, 70, 72, 73 
Mar en, 34, 40 

SORENSSON 
Anders , 30 
Elna, 30 

Hiikan, 9, 29, 30 
Nils, 29 
Olof, 30 
Pehr, 30 

STOCKDALE 

Amos Stanto , 141 
Camilli Rosemai'y, 135, 140 
141, 142 

STOl^Y 

Else Jane, 54 

STOUT 

Clinton Tracy, 133 
Mary, 127, 131, 133 

STiiUCkMEIEli 

Anna Catharina , 49 

Anna Elisabeth, 49 

Anna Engel , 48 

Anton Friedrich, 48 

Carl Albrecht, 48 

Catharina Louisci, 48 

Catharina fiargarethe, 48 

Friedrich, 48 

Johan Anton Friedrich, 34, 

38, 39, 47, 48 
Johann Heinrich, 38, 48, 49 
Johann Henrich , 48 
Johann Hermann (1760) , 48 
Johann Hermann (1774) , 48 
Maria Elisabeth (1719), 48 
Maria Elisabeth (1727), 48 



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STRUCKWEIEK (continued) 

Sophia Margaretha, 34, 40, 48 

STRUCKMEYER 

Toennies, 38, 48 

SUNUBEUG 

Stella Geneva, 103 

SWITZER 

Fredrick Co, 128, 153 
Jeffrey Lee, 133 
John Theodore , 133 
Steven Eric , 133 



-T- 

T/iLMAGE 

Mary Jane, 111 

TAYLOR 

Aimie Richards, 108 
Geneva Theresa, 118 

TIIORI'E 

Billie Betli, 111, 118, 119, 

123 
James Alfred, 118 



THYKESSON 
Holger, 8, 



30 



TOMESSON 

Christen, 12, 31 

TSCIIivGGENY 

Camille Ann, 82, 84 
George Elwood , 82 , 84 
Karl Robert, 84 
Paul Michael, 82, 84 
Paul Michael, Jr., 82, 

TUFVESSON 

Boel (1801), 29 
Boel (1804), 29 
Boel (180G), 2'J 
Kama, 7, 24, 29 
Kerstena (1796), 29 
Kerstena (1798), 29 



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TUFVESSON (continued) 
Kirstina, 29 
Nils, 29 

Ola (1711), 19, 31 
Ola (1790), 29 
Ola (1792) , 29 
Par, 29 



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VADIA 

Rose , 74 

VOGTES 

Anna Elisabetha, 38, 45 

VOTAW 

Early Franlc, 112, 116, 117 
Frank Warren, 116, 117 
Kent Douglas, 116, 117 
Michael Eugene, 116, 117 
Thurston, 117 



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it'ALKER 

Cassa Ann, 70 

Catherine Eva, 95 

Dennis Paul, 104, 106, 108 

Dennis Paul, Jr., lOG , 108 

Horace Elton, 108 

WAGNER 

Roxie May, 74, 76, 78 
Walter Albert, 74 

WiUiNER 

Cora Jeaneen, 60, 64, 66 
William Ray, 66 

WEBB 

Deane Harold, 5, 143 
Glyde, 100 

John Kenneth, 98, 100 
John Sherman, 98, 99, 100 
Terri, 98, 100 



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WEST 

Carolyn Janet, 81, 82, 84 

Cora , 73 

Dewey Lawrence, 71, 79, 80 

George Daniel, 70 

George Elwood, 71. 79, 81, 84 

Kenneth Elwood, 79, 80 

Kirdberly Lyn , 77, 78 

Lawrence Ilenson, 5, 70, 71, 

74, 79 

Lori Ann , 77 , 78 

Marjorie Ellen, 79, 80 

Rachelle Christine, 78 

Renee Carolyn, 76, 78 

Kobin Cheryl, 76, 78 

iionald Charles, 74, 75, 76, 78 

Sandra Lee, 81, 85, 84, 85 

Therold Charles, 71, 73, 74, 

75, 78 
Therold Lee, 74, 75, 77, 



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WILLAND 

Michael Ordean , 53, 55 

Olve, 55 

Ordean Olve , 53 , 55 

WILSON 

Dorothy Kuby, 117 

WOOLSEY 
Earl, 128 
Marjorie, 127, 130, 133 

WORTHEN 

George Scholes, 79 

Grace Janet, 73, 79, 81, 84 



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YARBROUGII 

Claude Chessley, 69 
Joan fkie, 68, 69 

YETTEii 

Puulme Victoria, 141 

YOliK 

Edna Mae, 104 



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